OHIO — Some people find it harder to function after time changes caused by Daylight Saving Time, and studies have shown it can take weeks for the body to adjust.

Cleveland Clinic Psychologist Dr. Susan Albers said people can struggle emotionally and physically during time changes.

Legislation called the Sunshine Protection Act was unanimously passed by the U.S. Senate and would do away with the time change. It has yet to go through the House.

Albers explains why it is a highly debated issue and what people can do to help their mood during the winter months.