Setting clocks back one hour may come with negative health drawbacks

Setting clocks back one hour may come with negative health drawbacks

Clocks will be turned back one hour this Sunday morning, giving people an extra hour of sleep, but there are some possible health impacts to ending daylight time.

Among the potential drawbacks to pushing the clocks back 60 minutes include depression, as the decreased hours of daylight are difficult to manage for many, and a loss of natural vitamin D due to the drop in the amount of available sunlight through the winter.

Watch the video above to find out more about these and other possible health effects when we set our clocks back one hour.

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