As the Nowiny portal reminds us, time changes in Poland have been going on continuously since 1983. There have been talks about ending these practices many times. However, it is known that this year we will have to switch watches from summer to winter time.
Remember to change the time at the end of the month!
Remember that this time we are switching our watches on the night of October 29-30! We move the clock hands back from 3 o'clock to 2 o'clock. This is good news for many, because in this way we gain an hour of our longed-for sleep. So we have a better chance of finally getting enough sleep!
Definitely more disadvantages than advantages?
However, the change from summer to winter time makes the day shorter as it gets dark earlier. For several years now, opponents of such practices have been asking to stop the changes of time. Unfortunately, such a dysregulation of our clock causes changes in our body. These include problems with concentration, general irritability or a greater chance of becoming depressed.
So will the appeals of such people finally be heard and will we stop changing the clock twice a year? We do not know the answer to this question and for the time being we must remember to change our watches and take advantage of the free hour of sleep on the last weekend of October!
As reported by the “Życie News” portal: BIGGER PROBLEMS WITH PUBLIC COMMUNICATION IN ALL OF POLAND. BUS LINES DISAPPEARING ONE BY ANOTHER. ADRIAN ZANDBERG ON THE CRISIS IN TRANSPORT
Remind yourself: MAŁGORZATA FOREMNIAK HAS VERY SERIOUS HEALTH PROBLEMS. THE STAR MUST HIDE AREAS WHILE WORKING ON THE PLAN & ldquo; I HAVE A TALENT & rdquo;
The portal “Życie News” also wrote: POLITICS ADVISE HOW TO SAVE ENERGY IN THE DAY OF THE CRISIS. Few of them have revealed what they do to use as little as possible. BROTHER MAGDA GESSLER WAS SURPRISED BY THE ATTITUDE. AS MUCH 15 OS & Oacute; B ENTRY TO THE HOSPITAL WITH SERIOUS INJURIES. SERVICES IMMEDIATELY STARTED AN INQUIRY
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