Summer time has started. Here’s how to minimize its effects on your health
Here’s how you can adapt and take care of your health.
How advancing clocks affects our sleep
People who already struggle to get enough sleep, such as those with sleep disorders or shift work, may have a harder time adjusting, while children will also take longer, according to the foundation.
How can summer time affect our health?
Tips for adapting to daylight saving time
Once this has taken place, there are ways to adapt to daylight saving time.
In addition to advice on getting seven to nine hours of sleep each night, it may help to avoid exercising right before bed, drinking coffee, tea or other beverages containing caffeine and smoking before bed or at night.
The case of daylight saving time in Queensland
“We have listened to Queenslanders who have previously said they do not want daylight saving time,” Ms D’Ath previously said.