Daylight saving time is incredibly disruptive—here’s how to reset

Humans are creatures of habit. We repeat behaviors, creating patterns that we rely on physically and emotionally. When these are disrupted—as sleep patterns are twice annually, internationally, with daylight saving time changes—people get “cranky, lazy, and possibly dangerous.”

The precise dates for clock changes vary around the world, and not all countries make a switch—India hasn’t since 1970—and some that do want to abandon it. A parliamentary committee in Finland on Oct. 26...

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