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A 2014 study out of the University of Colorado found a 25 per cent increase in the risk for heart attacks the Monday after daylight saving time starts.

The idea started in Germany during World War I and began, sometimes haphazardly, being adopted in the USA circa 1966 - 53 years ago.

Why do we celebrate Daylight Savings Time? .

In the USA, where it is practised everywhere except in Hawaii and most of Arizona, it starts this year on March 10 and ends on November 3, when clocks will be set back to the original times.

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"There continues to be the mythic idea that we are saving something by turning our clocks forward and backward", said Downing. States can adopt year-round standard time, but the federal Uniform Time Act does not now allow for year-round daylight time.

The time difference between Turkey and the U.S.'s Eastern time zone is now seven hours, instead of eight - in cities such as New York, Washington DC, Atlanta and Miami. Traffic and machine accidents tend to rise the first weekday after a time change with 79 percent of people saying they have difficulty concentrating, according to the Better Sleep Council. "What if we kept it standard time?".

Then again, in 2011 Russian Federation declared it would stay on DST all year long, then abandoned the plan in 2014 to Daylight Standard Time.

Why Do We Have Daylight Saving Time? . It became a thing again during World War II, and the U.S. made a decision to stick with it in 1966, though Hawaii and Arizona soon got rid of it. "This can lead to disruptions in sleep until your body adjusts, which can take a few days to a week", said Jeff Hickman, a research scientist at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute in Blacksburg. If you use your phone as an alarm clock, you get to skip this part, as the devices' clocks reset themselves.

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How Does Daylight Saving Work in Florida and Arizona?

. The moves come in the wake of a vote in the Florida legislature past year to adopt daylight saving time year-round. Its roots go back further than that though.

Last November, California voters approved a proposition to join them. Consistency is key when you're trying to reset your internal clock. Marco Rubio reintroduced a bill in Congress to make daylight saving time permanent across the country in states that observe it.

Floridians - like the rest of us - will just have to go with the flow, for now at least.

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