How Waking Up Early Works For You

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    • Publish Date: May 28 2016 6:58PM
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    • Updated Date: Jun 3 2016 6:58PM
How Waking Up Early Works For You

It doesn't look like it but the earlier you wake up, the better it gets!

Earn Better Grades

In a 2008 Texas University study, students who identified themselves as “morning people” got higher scores and better grades than those who were “night owls”. Good grades help students secure better career opportunities too.


More Proactive

Harvard biologist Christoph Randler discovered that early risers are more proactive. They were more likely to make statements like “I spend time identifying long-range goals for myself” and “I feel in charge of making things happen.”

Anticipate Problems

Research reveals that “morning people” are more likely to anticipate problems and minimise them efficiently.

Better Planners

Early risers are usually more focussed as they start their day by setting goals and planning out their days ahead.

Time To Exercise

If you wake up early, you get to breathe in fresh air and utilise early morning to exercise or meditate in nearby parks or gardens. This is very beneficial for the body and mind and lets you stay in close proximity with nature too. Regular exercise boosts mood and fitness, provides energy to accomplish your daily tasks. It keeps you much more active throughout the day too.

Get Better Sleep

Sleep experts say that if you go to bed early (by 10 pm) and wake up early (6 am), you will enjoy a restorative and deep sleep.

 Tips to rise early

Go to Bed Earlier: Probably the biggest detractor from getting up early is not getting enough sleep. Sleep on time to be able to wake up early.

Stick to a routine: Make your day’s time-table and follow it religiously to get used to it. motivate yourself: Give yourself a good reason to wake up early. Exercise and getting a healthy skin can be incentives.
 

 

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