Evidence shows link with health issues

ON BEHALF of CADS (Citizens Against Dayling Saving) members, I sincerely thank Joy Cunningham for her letter (The NDL, August 6), “End NSW’s dictatorial daylight saving”.

I also fully support Joy’s comments.

Medical evidence has been ignored that changes to our body clocks are linked to health problems, including diabetes and depression.

In fact, I have been contacted by people who have been told by their doctors that the lack of melatonin is their reason for depression and could be the cause of Type 2 diabetes, due to also having low levels of melatonin.

It’s time to stop changing our circadian rhythms and body clocks by having a four-year trial without daylight saving.

It’s bad enough for adults to cope with the two problems mentioned, but for the parents and pre-teenagers it’s tragic. Some are as young as five years old.

Judith Law


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