Find out how the time change affects your body
- The production of melatonin, the sleep-regulating hormone, increases when light decreases.
- When daylight hours increase, melatonin production decreases.
- Lower levels of melatonin make it difficult to rest.
- Sleep problems have negative effects on people's quality of life, decreasing their energy and concentration, presenting greater irritability and increased anxiety and can even cause loss of appetite.