Status: 27/09/2023, 16:26 p.m.
By: Judith Braun
Many people are struggling with the consequences of the time change. What you can do to minimize the negative effects of switching.
The time change is a regularly recurring event that is often underestimated, but can still have a significant impact on our body and health. Twice a year, in spring and autumn, the clocks are set forward or backward by one hour, resulting in an apparent shift in daylight hours. However, this seemingly small intervention in our time can have a big effect on our biological clock and well-being. In this article, we will look at the effects of the time change on our body and health, as well as give tips on how best to deal with it.
The effects of the time change on our body
On the night of October 29, 2023, the time in Germany will be changed from daylight saving time to winter time. © AndreyCherkasov/IMAGO
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Tips on how to deal with the time change
While the time change may seem like a small change in our schedule, it can have a significant impact on our health and well-being. By consciously dealing with this change and adjusting our habits, we can minimize the negative effects and ensure that we continue to be in the best shape.
This article contains only general information on the respective health topic and is therefore not intended for self-diagnosis, treatment or medication. It is in no way a substitute for a visit to the doctor. Unfortunately, individual questions about clinical pictures may not be answered by our editors.
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This article was created with the help of machines and carefully reviewed by editor Judith Braun before publication.