This is for all you zombies out there. The ones that turn into ‘the walking dead’ every morning after waking up at their own leisure time. If you want to turn yourselves into real and active human beings, you got to hear the cock crowing and forget about the existence of the snooze button. Here are 5 reasons why you should get up early in the morning:
Time to Exercise:
It’s such a tedious task to even brush our teeth when we wake up, so exercising is almost impossible for us. Although, regular early morning exercise increases the content of Vitamin D in your body, boosts your mood and provides you with the necessary energy to fight for your life and get into that 9 Am Mumbai local.
Makes you more optimistic:
Your attitude affects your work as well as the people surrounding you. Being optimistic provides you with a positive outlook and makes you more likeable to other people. It’s basically like Karma. According to various studies, it is proven that waking up early makes you more optimistic and engaging.
Early morning is the most productive time of the day. You can set up your goals for the day or even concentrate on your hobby with a rejuvenated mind and without any distractions. Setting up your goals in advance will increase your productivity and provide you with better results.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so waking up early gives you the time to have a sumptuous and healthy breakfast without rushing. You can listen to your favourite music, read the newspaper and enjoy sipping your coffee without the worry of getting late.
Better Mental Health:
The first hour of the day and how you spend it sets the tone for the rest of your day as well as your life. By waking up earlier, you can eliminate the stress caused due to rushing and also travel peacefully as public transport is less crowded early in the morning. This will make your mental health better and will add an incredible amount of positivity to your life.
Just as waking up early is important, sleeping early is also equally important so that you get a good amount of sleep. It’s time to listen to what your teachers taught you in Kindergarten; “Early to bed, early to rise, makes a person healthy, wealthy and wise.”