The transition to winter time: how the body reacts

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It is no secret that switching to another time in the fall and in the spring always has a special effect on the body. Scientists argue a lot about this, but it’s a fact that you support yourself with vitamins and eat right and eat right. Some experts say that the translation of time does not have any significant effect on the human body. Others declare problems with sleep, bad mood, and overall poor health.

The influence of the clock translation on the body was decided to be investigated by German scientists from the Institute of Medical Psychology in Munich. They found that the cause of the negative effects of the clock transfer is associated with an imbalance between the internal biological clock of man and real time. Therefore, people in the period of adaptation are sometimes in mixed feelings and sensations.

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Experts talk about the special function of biological clocks: thanks to them, the body adjusts the production of hormones, stabilizes body temperature, and is responsible for the time of sleep and wakefulness. And the transfer of hours makes changes to the mode of a person’s day, so we feel changes in our state of health.

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Chronobiologist Til Rennenberg from Munich conducted a study that proved that due to the transition to winter/summer time, a person may experience fatigue, as well as disease. First of all, this is reflected in the efficiency: the body simply does not have time to adjust to changing the schedule of its life. Therefore, the scientist is confident that the discrepancy between the work of the internal clock of the body and the real-time can harm human health.

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There is another opinion about this. It is said that translating hours trains metabolism and thus gives the body the opportunity to adapt to the change in the length of the day. Initially, a person got used to orientate himself in the sun – he got up with his sunrise and fell asleep with a sunset. Therefore, the translation of the clock needs to support this genetically inherent function, there will be no illnesses from it, but simply the body will feel short-term discomfort. It can be eliminated if you go to bed and get up an hour or two earlier.

In any case, you need to prepare for the transfer of hours. Read the recommendations on how to make the transfer of hours less noticeable to the body.

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How to survive a transfer clock to winter time?

1. Before you go to sleep make sure your bedroom is dark enough, knowing that the clock in the morning we will ring in a new time.
2. A few days after the clocks about 10 minutes allow yourself to lie in bed to adjust to the new time.
3. Stick to routines and preparation for sleep in particular.
4. An hour before bedtime, put down the gadgets to better sleep.
5. Drink before bedtime milk or something warm to encourage sleepy, but do not eat at night.
6. Make sure that all hours are correct.


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