The clocks just changed again today and this brings to the forefront an old and antiquated method of changing our clocks that was historically based on energy conservation and productivity. Both of which DST has not had significant impact on in the modern world we live in. However, today's result has been unhealthy - physically and mentally.
It's hard enough to get into a healthy sleep cycle with endless commitments and then add daylight savings - our sleep is disruptive.
Researchers have published a variety of studies that question the wisdom of changing the clock. A 2016 study found evidence that the switch back to standard time in the fall is associated with a spike in diagnoses of depression, for example. A study published in Europe in 2018 found a “modest” increase in heart attacks after the clocks change, with the effect more pronounced during the springtime shift.
If you find yourself a little tired or physically and mentally tired from the change in times, take the time to get in a nap or decompress however your self-care practice calls for it. I hope in the future, we are able to get rid of DST completely - for our health's sake.