Because I had forgotten to switch my clock to the automatic DST setting, I nearly overslept. The entire day, I felt sluggish and sick to my stomach, even though there was no apparent reason. According to Peter at MSN health, there is good reason for feeling out of sorts with the time change. The Downside of Daylight Saving Time
Personally, it feels like jet lag, but the extended dark mornings also feel draining. I should be used to dark mornings, as I'm up anywhere between 4:30 and 5:30 a.m., either dressing for a run or for work. Too many days of this schedule are physically draining. So, it seems I'm not alone when "spring ahead" feels more like "falling behind!"
How about you?
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