Get ready to lose some sleep, because Daylight Savings Time is set to kick in in the wee hours on Sunday, fast forwarding the clock from 3 am to 4 am.

According to Live Science, the reason Sunday has been designated for the occasion is because it is a slower day for most people, which gives them time to adjust to the change.

Daylight Savings Time was decided upon and implemented by many countries in Europe, including Greece in an effort to conserve energy, after an energy crisis hit the continent in 1973. The concept argues that turning the clock forward by an hour would allow people to make use of the longer daylight available during summer.

Since 1996, there has been a single, pan-European regulation regarding DST, which starts every last Sunday of March and ends on the last Sunday of October, by turning the clock back by an hour.