Florida Daylight Savings Time: Leap Ahead Sunday for Good?

Florida Daylight Savings Time: Leap Ahead Sunday for Good?

Florida Daylight Savings Time: Leap Ahead Sunday for Good?

And with 48 out of 50 states doing so, you'd think there'd be a good reason why we lose that hour of sleep. Daylight Savings Time is right around the corner and we should all expect to be a bit more groggy.

We know it's coming every year, but that doesn't make springing forward any easier.

"It's going to be more hard for people to wake up", Rodriguez said of the days immediately after Daylight Saving starts.

Supporters noted that some studies suggest that daylight saving time changes can lead to an increase in heart attacks and auto accidents.

It isn't even officially spring yet, but the time has come to "spring forward".

Dr. Alcibiades Rodriguez, assistant professor in the Neurology Department at the New York University Langone Comprehensive Epilepsy Center-Sleep Center, said finishing dinner an hour earlier than normal will help prime you to expect bed earlier. "So, we'd just do away with moving the clocks".

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Florida isn't the first state or territory to push back against the Uniform Time Act since Daylight Saving Time was introduced in 1966.

States up and down the East Coast are weighing legislation to ditch the clock-switching that happens on the second Sunday in March and again on the first Sunday in November.

Staten Islanders will welcome the unofficial start of spring when Daylight Saving Time goes into effect Sunday at 2 a.m. The province, however, adopts Central Standard Time for itself year-round, nullifying daylight saving time.

This year, the list of states not following the tradition could increase as Florida could join the list as a bill to allow the Sunshine State not opting to change clocks has been sent to Gov. Rick Scott to be signed.

The entire southern hemisphere: A few countries, mostly in South America, do observe daylight saving time. Having to do so twice a year is a complete waste of one's time.

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