Daylight saving time 2018 seriously messes with your sleep, but experts have some hacks for ensuring you get up on the right side of the bed, according to Bustle.

First, let’s establish that there’s no getting around the fact that you’re going to feel like a zombie for a few days. However, Colin Espie, co-founder of digital health company Big Health (makers of sleep-improvement program Sleepio) and Professor of Sleep Medicine at Oxford University, tells Bustle that your body will adjust in a few days.

If you think that losing an hour of sleep is no biggie, think again. “In general, ‘losing’ an hour in the spring is more difficult to adjust to than ‘gaining’ an hour in the fall,” WedMD noted. While getting that extra hour of sunlight is pretty boss, this gift doesn’t come without a price. What’s more, WebMD cautioned that people who regularly get six or less hours of sleep a night will have a tougher time than those who get eight or nine hours.