Why this could be last time change you'll ever make

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Why Daylight Saving Time Starts Sunday

Daylight Savings is upon us, so find out when you need to set your clocks forward (ugh), why you need to do so, and whose fault it is that we're losing an hour of sleep again.

As Daylight Saving Time goes into effect Sunday at 2 am, one MI lawmaker believes it's time to stop the time change that takes place twice a year and keep everything at Daylight Saving Time.

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That morning, most phones and computers will automatically jump an hour forward, and we'll lose an hour of sleep. But back in 1916, Germany first implemented Daylight Saving Time during World War I when coal was in short supply.

The Uniform Time Act of 1966 established Daylight Saving Time throughout the United States and gave states the option to exempt themselves.

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- US territories: None of America's island territories observe the time change. The time change is not observed in Hawaii, Arizona, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands. It was also viewed as a way to get more people out doing things (namely spending money) during the week. The U.S. Fire Administration says that you should change the batteries at least every year unless the alarms are over ten years old. One is whether changing the clock is inherently a bad idea, because of sleep disruption, negative health effects and the general confusion generated by a jumpy time system. The Englishman published the 1907 brochure "The Waste of Daylight" and spent much of his personal fortune evangelizing with missionary zeal for the adoption of "summer time". In most of Arizona, daylight saving time does not exist.

Standard time returns on November 3. Daylight saving was repealed the following year. A study published in Europe in 2018 found a "modest" increase in heart attacks after the clocks change, with the effect more pronounced during the springtime shift.

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But Oregon legislators have decided maybe it's time to reconsider this ritual in the Beaver State. The bright light will help set your internal clock, which regulates sleep and alertness. Dickerson said it sounds far off, but there are already proposals at the national level to do away with Daylight Saving Time, and recently the Florida legislature passed a bill similar to the ones in Tennessee.

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