CLEVELAND -- Sleep experts say daylight saving time often alters our mood even our productivity.
However most customers we talked to Sunday morning at the Gypsy Coffee shop in Gordon Square said they did not mind the extra hour of sleep.
"We actually felt kind of refreshed. I mean, obviously we need our coffee but it's like any other weekend," said Kayla Grise.
"I think I'm ok. I think my body kind of adjusts pretty quickly but the coffee is definitely a necessity right now."
According to Dr. Meena Khan, a sleep expert at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, your body's biological clock adjusts at about 30 minutes per day, meaning it is going to take about 2 days to adjust to daylight saving time since we switch our body clocks by an hour.