As a society, we have been observing Daylight Savings for over a century. Many of us look forward to that night where we “gain” an extra hour of sleep. But there’s a darker side—and we’re not just talking about the early sunsets.

Daylight Savings interferes with the body’s internal clock, throwing chemical signals out of sync and even increasing the likelihood of heart attack and stroke. The loss of sun during the day can also heighten depressive tendencies. Click here to read Lindsay Kalter’s full article for WebMD, which details how you can combat these ill effects.