KALAMAZOO (WKZO) -- You may want to take it easy the next few days until you adjust to Daylight Savings Time.
The problem isn’t having more sunlight; the issue is that hour of sleep you may have lost over the weekend.
Research shows some people lose more than just that rest.
Dr. Mark Goetting of Bronson Sleep Health in Michigan says that the loss of sleep affects people's reflexes, and car accidents are more common the first few days after the time change.
He says heart attacks also go up by ten percent.