We all know how hard it was to get up this morning.
With daylight savings time (officially known as daylight saving time) in full effect since Sunday March 10, many people around the world are waking up this morning feeling, well, a little like zombies.
Besides your groggy commute or forgetting to wake the kids up on time this morning, some health researchers have found the day after we "spring forward" takes one of the biggest tolls on our health, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Studies have concluded heart attacks, traffic collisions and workplace accidents are more common the day after we wind our clocks forward. Yikes.
And yes, even though most Mondays usually feel like this, Twitter in particular definitely woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning. With tweets about morning coffee, being late and throwing up, not everyone is happy about giving up an hour of sleep.
How did you feel this morning? Let us know in the comments below:
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