Waking up early is good for you!

Waking up early is good for you!

waking up early is good for you

Greeting a wonderful new day early is divine!

I love being able to get up early. I truly enjoy the peace of early morning, that time to myself, when I can think, when I can read, when I can breathe.

Nature is at its best in the morning, it's a treat to the eyes, body and soul; missing the morning calmness , coziness and tranquility of nature is like losing out the best moments of the day.

Morning is a great time to behold nature’s beauty, one can truly feel its hug. Late snoozers tend to miss sumptuous view of scenic morning atmosphere.

Several studies have correlated waking up early with success. You may feel grumpy at getting off the bed but will experience more energy to take on the day.

Let's sum up benefits of rising early:

It's healthy

Morning sunlight provides much needed Vitamin D to our body. People with low exposure to UVB radiation - a major source of vitamin D, may increase the risk of chronic headache and bone related problems. Morning outdoor activities do play a big role in reducing such risk.

An astonishing, up to 76 per cent of the world's population is overfat. This is as fatal as global warming and a big global concern. Rising chronic diseases and climbing healthcare costs are affecting people of all ages and incomes.

Waking up early and plunging into healthy habits is the best way to beat these woes.

Healthy and timely breakfast

Breakfast should be king size and healthy as body remains in fast mode all night and nothing can be better than breaking fast early with healthy food.

When we wake up late, body goes into starvation mode that makes it crave to overeat and munch on junk food.

Time to exercise

waking up early is good for you

Exercise offers many benefits, it's a great way to combat lethargy by energizing your body and uplifting fitness. Many challenges shrink as fitness level towers up.

Exercise helps deeper sleep which improves regeneration process of our body.

Enhances productivity

You can get a head start on the day, knocking out tasks before the rest of the world has rolled out of bed. Morning's quiet time is apt for decision making, goal setting and planning for the days ahead and one can achieve more with minimal interruptions.

More optimistic

Night owls are said to be more intelligent and creative, but they are more likely to get depressed and suffer health related problems.

Morning people are more optimistic, gratifying, lively and passionate – exhibiting many healthy traits.

Improves your sleep

Late snoozers feel sulky and less energetic at the work place. To rise early, you sleep early thus maintain healthy and natural sleep routine – crucial for deeper sleep.

It’s important to establish a proper sleep routine to improve the quality of your sleep. So, while you may think sleeping in on the weekends to catch up on your sleep is helping you, you’re actually doing more harm to your body in the long run.

Reduce the stress

You can manage your time well and eliminate the need to rush in the morning. You are more likely to reap satisfaction by organizing and finishing work on time without getting stressed out.
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  • RE: Waking up early is good for you! -Rajendra (01/10/17)
  • It is an old adage "early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise". We are familiar with it. No one deny benefits of rising early, it’s a bit troublesome for some owning to current culture of late working hours. To rock in the morning, bed time should also be early. Sleeping late and getting up early, doesn't sounds good. One need at least 7 hours of sleep. Those who are bound with late working hours can surely feel feud by this idea. There are many who can be on bed on time without wasting time on unproductive acts like watching TV, movies, games on mobile, chatting etc. Children should be made to sleep early so they can see the morning beauty. Old habit dies hard, they would most likely follow same trend in their adulthood. Parents should inspire and excite children by mending their habits if they are themselves a night owl

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