This stress on the body.
Ukraine switches to winter time on the last Sunday of October – in the night of 28 October. That is, in the night from 27 to 28 October, the clock will have to return in an hour ago. To change the time met with little discomfort, you need to follow certain tips.
The transition to winter time means that people will sleep for an hour more, for most people this is a significant plus. According to experts, the human body will get used to the new regime for 2 weeks.
Often the clocks twice a year (fall – back one hour, spring forward one hour) leads to the fact that the majority of people suffer from sleep disorders, have trouble concentrating, become more irritable. Together with the “shift” hours reduces the performance of people.
While talking about the fact that Ukraine will no longer transfer clock, are conducted not for the first time – hands on dials, regularly twice a year in last Sunday of October, and March continue to “jump” back and forth. In fact, where such a tradition?
Why you need a clock?
Almost a hundred years ago in the UK for the first time decided twice a year to translate the clock – the British believed that this will help to significantly save energy consumption and already in 1918 this idea was supported by the Americans.
To date, summer and winter operating in more than 110 countries on all latitudes. To justify these adjustments clockworks all the same: saving of electricity and energy, the stable operation of the unified energy system of the country, coordination of cargo traffic, the organization of television and radio broadcasting.
But does not translate hours in General, as many as 161 country, namely: Guinea, Vietnam, Algeria, Afghanistan, Angola, China, Russia, Kenya, India, United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, Peru, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Philippines, Pakistan, Afghanistan and others.
15 minutes later
Doctors and scientists who study the psychological and physiological state of a person, has developed a list of recommendations that will help go for the winter time and feel harmonious and comfortable. For example, a specialist in sleep Richard Shane in his column posted on the newspaper’s website The Huffington Post, gave a few tips to help get used to the new rhythm.
1. Remember that on the weekends you probably had left to sleep longer than one additional hour, so your body can adjust to a later sleep. This fact will help you to calm down a little before the upcoming time change.
2. In the week before the transition time, start to stay up a little later. First, go to bed 15 minutes later. Then, every two days “slide” schedule for another 15 minutes. This will help to gradually shift your sleep rhythms and synchronize them with the changing times.
3. Also during the week, try gradually to shift the time in the evening. This will help you to structure your evening and move a little before I go to sleep.
4. Open the curtains as soon as you Wake up. In the evening, on the contrary close to calm down before bedtime.
5. Adjust the brightness of the light in the room, gradually reducing the lighting with the approaching end of the day.
6. Begin preparing to sleep and rest a little over an hour until the moment when it comes time to sleep, according to the new schedule. Earlier, before the transfer time, at that time you were already asleep.
7. A warm bath is a great way to relax before bed.
8. Caffeine and alcohol interfere with the sleep cycle. For a day or two before the transfer time – limit your intake of these drinks. This will make it easier and more natural to shift the sleep schedule.
9. If you need to take a NAP in the middle of the day, do it a little later than usual, and no longer than 30 minutes.
10. If you have children, help them gradually adapt to the transition time, for example, using the tips 2-5.
The training of the body
With practical tips Shane agree and our local doctors and psychologists. For example, on Saturday of “mind” to translate arrows, that is, not to wait for Sunday morning, and the pre-adjust your routine into this time, said the chief doctor of the Kyiv city health center Otto rack.
As an option, he says, you can go to sleep “the old way” and Wake up an hour early. Thus, there will be more time left in the morning before going to work. And health it will not hurt: you can safely eat to accomplish more and not forget about charging.
More pronounced for the clock reacting the elderly, those who are sensitive to meteoman or have chronic diseases. You should also carefully follow the regime day in children. Best fit – full sleep, which should add an evening walk,
– said Strut.
It should also be ready for that, says the associate Professor of clinical psychology Department of the Kiev Institute of modern psychology and psychotherapy Viktoriya Ponomareva, the day will decrease and when the window is dark, it will be a lot of active time. However, on this occasion, stressed out, and is perceived as the natural state of things and potrenirovat the body.
Autumn – it really is time that people stand hard. Not to say that harder than the transition from winter to spring. You need to be prepared for the fact that unpleasant experiences are aggravated. But do not be afraid. And to take it as a given, some of the changes that occur every year
– said Ponomarev.
Don’t forget to be sure to lift your mood, she adds. Evening walks, watching movies, favorite music, Hobbies, spending time with children – do what brings you pleasure. And be sure to prepare at least a day or two before “twisting” hours, so it was not a complete surprise to you. To start training can have.
Why translate the clock?
The transition to daylight saving time first introduced in Britain in 1908 for the economy and a more rational distribution of electricity during the day. The Soviet Union began to translate the clock for the first time only in 1981. Now more than 110 countries around the world are switching to “summer” and “winter” time. But does not translate hours in General, as many as 161 country, namely: Guinea, Vietnam, Algeria, Afghanistan, Angola, China, Russia, Kenya, India, United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, Peru, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Philippines, Pakistan and others. In 2011 the Verkhovna Rada tried to abolish the transfer clock to winter time, but under public pressure, the decision was reversed.
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