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Switching over to daylight saving time, and losing one hour of sleep, raised the risk of having a heart attack the following Monday by 25 percent, compared to other Mondays during the year, according to a new U.S. study.

By contrast, heart attack risk fell 21 percent later in the year, on the Tuesday after the clock was returned to standard time, and people got an extra hour’s sleep. (1)

A really startling conclusion for our sleepless times. In an era of fast pace, we have no time to just do nothing. To just relax. We always try to do something. We always try to be active. But the only action can stem from within. In the weird stage called the Cosmos, your self is the only actor. Only when we are alone doing nothing, are we really doing something. Only when we are inactive, we (our self) are the most active…

PS. See related post scheduled in Harmonia Philosophica @ Blogger for 3100 A.D.

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