Efforts are underway to “lock the clock” and stick with one time all year long, reports Today.com. Doctors say it shouldn’t be DST.

Beyond the question of whether we should stop changing the time twice a year, there’s the issue of which time should be made permanent: standard or daylight saving time.

In August, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine called for the seasonal time changes to be abolished in favor of year-round standard time, noting it most closely matched our sleep-wake cycle.

“The standard time is more standard as far as the body is concerned,” Kryger noted.