Daylight Saving Jogs The Market
To the flying public, it's known simply as jet lag. To behavioral scientists, it's a malady called sleep desynchronosis. But whatever the name, researchers have found that the discomfort caused by the disruption of normal daily sleeping patterns can have profound effects on people's perceptions and behavior--fostering anxiety, impairing judgment, and even causing accidents.
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