Standard time 2023, when the time changes at the end of October and how

On the last weekend of October the clock will go back one hour, definitively marking the transition from summer time to standard time.
The change of time is always a critical moment for citizens, not only because of the numerous doubts about how and when to move the hands, but also because of the repercussions that the change of time can have on the human body, altering the natural cycle.
wake-sleep, often causing insomnia in citizens.
And if the abolition of the time change has been discussed for some time in Europe, and also in Italy, it is important to understand the reasons.
Let's try to dispel any doubts about the time change: here's when and how the time changes at the end of October and why.
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Yet, if with solar time citizens will gain an extra hour of sleep and an extra hour of light in the morning, this will be to the detriment of the afternoon hours, causing that feeling of the "shortening" of the days.
In fact, with the return of solar time, in the middle of winter, the sun will set around 4.40 pm.
Standard time will remain in effect until the last weekend of March.
In fact, summer time will come into force on the night between 30 and 31 March 2024: at two in the morning the hands will move forward by one hour, marking three in the morning.
You will therefore lose an hour of sleep, but in favor of daylight, being able to count on an extra hour of light per day.
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Summer time was introduced and adopted for the first time by Great Britain in 1916 mainly due to economic needs due to the First World War.
The invention, however, is attributed to Benjamin Franklin, who identified the problem of excessive spending on candles and therefore the need to wake up workers earlier.
European Union countries have adopted the same-day time change since 1996.
In Italy the change came for the first time in 1920, for the same reasons as in Great Britain; it was then proposed again in 1940 and was definitively adopted in 1966 with the other European countries.
Solar time corresponds to the time of the reference zone of European countries, which is adopted during the winter period, while summer time is a convention adopted by member states with the aim of making greater use of the hours of natural light during the summer period .
Both Northern European and Mediterranean countries have long proposed abolishing the time change, but found themselves in disagreement over which time to "keep".
Nordic countries, such as Finland, would like to abolish summer time as the time change would not bring any benefit to further extend daylight hours.
On the other hand, in Mediterranean countries such as Italy, with the abolition of solar time it is possible to save energy, in order to face the energy crisis and the future blow on bills due to the war in Palestine.
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