How living on the wrong side of a time zone can be hazardous to your health

According to a new study your long term health can vary depending on where you live in relation to the next time zone, Research now shows how social schedules and biological rhythms come into conflict along time zone borders, with those living in areas where the sun sets at a later time "more likely to be sleep deprived, more likely to sleep less than 6 hours, and less likely to sleep at least 8 hours. The effects are larger among individuals with early working schedules and among individuals with children of school age.”


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