3. Trigger cluster headaches
While rare, cluster headaches can ambush you as a result of daylight saving time, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. The excruciating headaches are among the most painful sort, typified by a debilitating stabbing pain around the eyes. The onset is unbelievably quick and can peak within about 15 minutes to a few hours and may occur a few times throughout the day—unlike a migraine, which can stretch out over a day or two. It’s believed abnormalities in your circadian rhythm are to blame, since your biological clock and sleep patterns are thrown off.
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