Daylight saving time ends soon in MI, when and what you need to know
I have to admit it’s not my favorite time of year when daylight saving time ends and colder weather is approaching. Spring forward, retreat as they say.
On the other hand, I love when we move those clocks in the spring and it’s still daylight after 9 p.m. in our great state of Michigan, which will happen again on Sunday, March 13, 2022.
So here’s the scoop, daylight saving time starts on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November.
When we wind the clocks
This year, the first Sunday in November falls on November 7, giving Michigan residents an extra hour of sleep.
The question of whether to move the clocks forward permanently or set them back permanently has been an ongoing question since Congress brought us daylight saving time in the 1960s.
Sometimes I have a bit of fun this time of year, but it doesn’t last very long as I exercise more, get lots of rest and use a sunlamp occasionally or tan for a while. the winter months.
Some people have the winter blues
Some people get a mellow version of SAD known as the “winter blues”. said clevelandclinic.org. It is normal to feel a little depressed during the colder months. After all, we’re no longer home and it’s dark so early.
But the full TAS goes beyond – it’s a form of depression. Unlike the winter blues, SAD affects your daily life, including the way you feel and think. Fortunately, treatment can help you get through this difficult time.
Ask your doctor if you are experiencing anything. I think it’s important to spend more time with family and friends this time of year. Keep the children’s smile and let’s get ready for a great holiday season.
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