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Traffic fatalities all that week were also higher than average. Some of the effects can be attributed to lower visibility (the fact that it's earlier, and therefore darker, than drivers are accustomed to), but most of the accidents, experts say, were because people are struggling to stay awake behind the wheel. In 2020, a study published in Cell Biology looking at motor vehicle fatality data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (1996-2017) found that there was a 6 percent increase in motor vehicle fatalities the week DST started, which translated to about 28 deaths per year, most of which occurred in the mornings. This fatality rate decreased the week after DST started. There was no subsequent increase in traffic deaths when the clocks reverted to Standard Time in the fall. The traffic statistics alone seem like pretty conclusive evidence that daylight saving time is more than a mere inconvenience. And researchers say that the grogginess we feel for the first couple of days after we change the clocks might just be scratching the surface of how our bodies actually process the disruption. People who only sleep four or five hours a night under normal circumstances are at a much higher risk of causing a car crash than people who sleep six or seven hours a night, and people who get eight hours of sleep or more are least likely to cause a crash. But when sleep cycles get disrupted, everyone gets messed up. Perhaps it's time to abolish DST? Boynton, Donna. "Deadly car crashes spike after changing clocks for Daylight Saving Time." Worcester Telegram. Fritz, Joseph, et al. Worland, Justin. "How Daylight Saving Time Can Be Dangerous." Time.


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