How to Get the Most Out of Daylight Saving During COVID-19

How to Get the Most Out of Daylight Saving During COVID-19

Xavier Arnau/Getty ImagesThe daylight saving time change provides an extra hour of light that can help with brighter moods. Research shows that sunlight exposure activates the neurotransmitter serotonin, which is connected to boosting your moods and feelings of calmness and focus. With the arrival of spring and daylight saving time, more sunlight can help with brighter moods. She said the increase in sunlight exposure can also increase vitamin D levels. “[There] is data to suggest that low vitamin D levels can have negative effects on mental health disorders, such as depression and anxiety,” said Washington.

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