Did you get an extra hour of sleep? Daylight Saving Time ends
Did you turn your clocks back? Early this morning marked the end of Daylight Saving Time.
It’s the annual ritual in fall where everyone sets their clocks back one hour at 2 a.m.
For some, the extra hour of sleep was a blessing. For others, some doctors say, the change can be very unsettling.
“It is those vulnerable groups who have depression, anxiety, seasonal effective disorders, or any sleep disorder or generally any mental health issue, that can be effected,” says Dr. Youssef Hassoun, of South Oaks Hospital.
Hawaii and parts of Arizona only recognize standard time.
Two upstate New York legislators have introduced bills in hope to "lock the clock" and keep standard time - but that would require others neighboring states to agree along with Congress.