The end of the week is within sight, and we want to know: are you still feeling that post-daylight saving grogginess?
The time change took an hour out of your shut-eye last weekend, but families may be surprised by who doctors say are feeling the change the most.
We talked to Mercy Medical Center Sleep Specialist Dr. Dimitry Fomin about it.
"With the spring forward time, teenagers would be affected the most, now when we talk about fall back times, then probably elderly individuals would be affected most," Dr. Fomin said. "So, just statistical observations, as we get older, we tend to be more early birds as opposed to night owls like teenagers."
Doctor Fomin also said that after "springing forward" some of us may experience grumpiness, irritability, difficulty with concentration, and even more accidents on the road.
He also said that the effects should only last a few days.