This Sunday morning at two, we spring ahead one hour for daylight saving time, and that can make your Monday morning a little groggy.
KOGO'S health expert, Dr. Stephen Leibham, the Medical Director at U-S Healthworks in San Diego, says pay attention while driving to work or school Monday, because people may be a little sleepy and not as attentive.
There is a critical impact to the time change in adults. Because of a lack of sleep and a general lack of sleep overall, some adults report heart attacks in the first week of the time change.
It usually takes children about three weeks to totally fall back into their routine.
You can find some tips on springing forward HERE.
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