Time is a coordinate, often called a dimension. As such, just like the spatial ones, it is mutually independent of the others.
Which is why we call it space.time. My point, changes in position (space) will not affect time. They are mutually exclusive. While there is no good definition of time, other than being a necessary coordinate in our 4 space.time, I do like this:
Time is defined by the passage of ongoing events.
Note that this doesn't say time is ongoing events, but that the events define or, maybe, show us that time is passing. For example, your beating heart shows us that time is passing; there is an interval of time between beats...the events.
So if you accept that your changes are events, then those changes show us that time exists. But those changes only define time, they do not create it.