Daylight Saving Time or summer time as it is called in the European Union and the United Kingdom is the practice of advancing the clocks during summer months so as to make complete use of the sunrise hours. This means that regions that use daylight savings during the spring season adjust their clothes one hour forward and those in autumn one hour behind. They will begin and complete daily work routines an hour earlier. Just like you imagined this would indicate that those who follow this system gets one less hour of sleep during the spring and one extra hour of sleep during the fall. Daylight saving time was first proposed in the year 1895 by George Hudson but was implemented nationwide in the Austria-Hungary Empire on April 30th, 1916. Only a minority of the world's population uses DST because Asia and Africa generally do not observe it as the sunrise times do not vary enough near the equator

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