A recent survey by Accountemps reveals that 75% of people will come in tired to work today due to the time change, the average person won't crack a smile until 11:16 a.m. today, and the average person will only manage 3.5 hours of true work today due to the time change. Losing an hour of sleep makes people grumpy and can be very bad for your health.

Business Insider says hospitals report a 24% spike in heart-attacks the Monday after the Daylight Saving springtime switch. And it's not a coincidence that same report says doctors see the opposite in the fall when heart attack visits drop 21%. And US News published a 2014 study by the University of Colorado that shows "a spike in fatal automobile collisions during the six days following the shift."