Benefits of waking up early in the mornings

Early to bed and early to rise makes one healthy, wealthy and wise. This saying taught in primary school is one of the most important learnings, relevant throughout our life. According to research, enough sleep and waking up early helps the body and mind get enough relaxation and rest. It is also very important for maintaining overall health of the body. We bring a few benefits of waking up early.

Peace and solace: According to the research, when you wake up early, before the rest of the world wakes up you have peaceful moments for yourself. There is no heavy honking from the traffic or neighbours speaking loudly. Early mornings are a great relaxation time. You can step out of the house to get some fresh air, prepare yourself. According to science the silent moments are actually highly beneficial for the brain and body; they help in increasing the oxygen levels in the brain, reduce blood pressure, lessen migraines, and boost mental health.

Enough time for breakfast: Usually when people tend to wake up late, they grab a portion of cereal with lots of sugar, or drink some beverage and rush to work. Breakfast is considered as the most important meal of the day considering the huge health benefits it offers like improves metabolism to burn calories, provides sufficient energy for the day, lowers bad cholesterol, reduces the risk of diabetes and heart diseases, limits the chance of becoming overweight and boosts mood and positive thinking.

Better brain function: According to the research, people who wake up early have better brain function, superior critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Such people also tend to be more humorous with a lot of positive energy and likely to deeply engage themselves with. Sleeping early and waking up early improves the concentration and memory power too. This means people will tend to perform better at work and the children in their studies.

Waking up early provides more energy:  People who have less hours of sleep experience low levels of energy and negativity. They also experience mood swings and temper tantrums. Furthermore, they over indulge in sweet eating to ease their moods. This is not good for health. By gathering good night’s sleep and waking up early one can benefit out of it since the body provides more energy. It also helps in the proper functioning of the body that include increased supply in blood muscles, tissue repairs, bone repair, lowered blood pressure and relaxation of the body.

Waking early makes you look more attractive: Waking up early can help you improve appearance. Sleeping and waking late can make you feel and look more tired. Also, less sleep brings puffiness and dark circles around the eyes. According to the research, people who sleep and wake up early look fresh and beautiful. People, who are planning to lose weight, also should wake up early and have their breakfast at the right time.

Exercise: Morning is considered to be the best time for workouts and exercises. Most of us have tightly scheduled mornings and there is no time to hit the gym, walk or practice fitness schedules. Waking up early gives you enough time to exercise in the mornings and follow your fitness regime. There’s nothing like a great workout to boost your day and feel rejuvenated.

Keeps lifestyle diseases at bay:  According to the medical experts lifestyle related diseases such as obesity, thyroid and polycystic ovarian syndrome are caused due to stress, lack of exercise and poor diet. Getting proper sleep can actually relax the body and also help in the normal production of hormones. Proper sleep cycles are required in the overall smooth functioning of all the organs of the body.

Bigger scores: According to a research conducted by Texas University students who were early risers scored better grades than those who were late to rise. Students are engaged with their studies and assignments all day and exhausted at the end of the day, sleeping and waking up early gives their body and mind gets adequate rest, and a fresh mind will help study better and achieve high grades.

Easier commutes: A little delay can upset morning commutes and make traffic intensive. especially in metropolitan cities. Waking up early and leaving to work early will certainly ease the delays. Taking time on the way to work lowers the stress, and gives the opportunity to relax and think about work, and the rest of the day’s schedule.

More family time: Usually when things do not go according to the schedules, towards the later end of the day, we get preoccupied with the shortcomings. However, when you wake up early and things go according to the plan, there is a greater level of satisfaction that comes during the end of the day. Despite being tired from the day’s work you can unwind in the company of those you love in a relaxed ambiance.

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