Hiestand highlights DST dangers on WHAS-11
Loosing that extra hour of sleep over the weekend may still affect you even after Daylight Savings Time. You could feel sluggish, sleepy and even have less concentration.
Daylight savings time began Sunday, that meant loosing an extra hour of sleep.
But, "springing forward" might be bad for your health, according to David Hiestand, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of medicine with the University of Louisville Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Disorders Medicine.