"This is a very, very high number of people who actually say that the change in time will give them some depression, some discomfort, some uneasiness," Dr. Petros Levounis, with the American Psychiatric Association, said.
According to the survey, two-thirds of adults said they noticed at least one behavioral change from sleeping more, to feeling fatigued or depressed. The poll also found women are nearly twice as likely as men to say their mental health has been negatively affected by the fall time change. And some people may even develop Seasonal Affective Disorder... READ FULL ARTICLE.
Source: CBS NEWS