Let’s go back for a few years …
In the summer of 2011, by decree of the President of the Russian Federation, the periodic changes in the summer and winter periods were abolished. After the law came into force, the so-called summertime began to operate across the Russian Federation, which is 2 hours ahead of the astronomical time. Residents of the country took the news very vaguely, as no one canceled the biological clock. As a result, people begin to experience chronic sleep deprivation, fatigue, apathy, and depression after a change of time.
State Dumar Petition on Introduction of “Winter” Time in Russia
The State Duma sent a petition to the government of the Russian Federation in 2014 to return the change to the “winter”. Russian Prime Minister D.A. Medvedev said the issue should be approached with special caution and all advantages and disadvantages should be carefully considered. Decisions should be made according to the scale of the regions.
“You can’t be cut off from the shoulder!” (With)
This problem, according to Dmitry Medvedev, has many proposals and methods. The news agency quotes, “Time is a” thing “that requires the most careful attitude and refinement.
Residents of Russia are not very satisfied with the “summer” time in winter when it gets too late and the sunsets too early. The severity often occurs in people with chronic disease, in particular, it applies to people with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, vascular disease, and people with mental disabilities.
Daylight Saving Time is about pros and cons
- Opponents of the daylight saving time earlier this year said the event could have a detrimental effect on TV broadcasting of the Olympic Games in Sochi. In March 2014, for this reason (and probably not for this reason). The change of watch was temporarily suspended until further official review. According to opponents, daylight saving harms energy-saving time.
- Proponents of translation over decades in a row argue that it has a positive effect on the body. Because it supports a healthier lifestyle. An American sociological study found that as daylight saving time changes. A person adapts more easily to increasing daylight hours and becomes more active.
However, other scientists, unlike Americans, say that large populations feel tired, workers lose productivity, and as a result, the body loses its balance as it tries to adapt to new times as quickly as possible. And became susceptible to various catarrhal and viral diseases. Those who are prone to chronic fatigue feel all the “charm” of shifting the clock’s daylight saving time to all glory. Becoming more bored, depressed, and tired.
When do they change the clock in another country?
In 2015, most countries in Europe, America. And Asia will move the time one hour ahead. That is, on the night of March 28-29 in the “summer” time. The transition to “winter” in most countries of the world will take place on the last Sunday of October – the night of the 24th to the 25th. What do you need to change the clock at night? The official time change will occur at 3 p.m.
In Russia, the clock will not change in 2015.
Daylight Saving Time:
In Russia, in 2015, they will not switch watches during the winter. In Ukraine, the clock will be moved during the winter of 2015 at 4:00 on the night of October 25, 2015. Then the hands of the clock went back an hour.
Like every year, many people worry about the question – will Russia change the clock in 2015? It is still not possible to say for sure that the time in 2015 will be winter forever. Lawmakers love to improve lives. Public opinion is divided on the issue – some support winter change, others agree to translate clocks twice a year. It is almost certain that in 2015 there will be no daylight saving time in Russia.