How being a Morning person can positively affect your health
Get up and get started liveweller!
I know it can be really hard to get out of bed, but you have to, and if you are willing to start your day just a little bit earlier you can achieve so much more.
Studies show that people who wake up earlier are more productive, more likely to workout, in better moods, and have higher energy levels.
It is more likely that you will be more productive in the morning as opposed to later in the day, because it is quieter. You also have more time to get things done. Giving yourself more time in the mornings allows you to get things done that you normally wouldn’t have time to do and if you wake up later in the day. Getting up and and start moving, and it is more likely that you will keep that momentum through out the course of your day.
Being able to not rush and concentrate on task at hand puts the mind at ease and allows for relaxed mind frame.
Those who wake up earlier are also less likely to skip their workout. When you wait till later in the day to workout, it is easier to make excuses and not make it to the gym. Also earlier risers tend to eat healthier than those who wake up later.
Early risers are also in better moods, are happier and have a more positive outlook on things. This can be due to the fact that their schedules, being that it allows for greater productivity, lead to a sense of accomplishment. Something they can be proud of.
Lastly early birds have higher energy levels. They have had time to enjoy their morning coffee, and have a good breakfast. Also if they had time to exercise they also have a nice boost in endorphins.
Waking up early gives you a head start. While the rest of the world is sleeping you are working on bettering yourself and doing things that are beneficial to you. The secret is you have the time to do these things and those things contribute to your over health because they are good for you.
Wake up and smell the coffee livewellers!
- Stacy Pierre-Louis