7 am and it's darn dark. For morning people this time change is disorienting. For night owls, it's fantastic. Supposedly the Monday after the change to daylight saving time is the most dangerous day for health reasons. "The physical problems associated with daylight saving time do not take place on the Sunday when the change occurs. They usually show up on the first Monday, when people have to get up earlier for work or school and really notice the difference in sleep and light outside."
"The risk of having a heart attack is 10 percent greater on the Monday and Tuesday after the clock is moved forward than other days, according to the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The converse is true in the fall; when clocks move back an hour, the risk of having a heart attack decreases by 10 percent."
How generally true this is I do not know, but I do know I feel really groggy this morning as though I haven't slept.