Friday, 30 September 2016

Benefits of Getting Up Early in the Morning

Getting Up Early is a Gift we give to ourselves.
To cultivate the habit of getting up early the first thing to remember is that it is the quality rather than the quantity of sleep that matters most. It is better to have 6 hours of uninterrupted sleep than 10 hours of restless broken sleep.
Tips to have a good sleep
·         Take lite dinner and take it atleast 2 hours before sleep
·         Avoid watching tv for late night hours
·         Don’t argue with your spouse/children before sleeping
·         Don’t watch news before you go to sleep
·         Don’t watch TV and get yourself busy on mobile before sleep
·         Exercise daily early in the morning
·         Avoid caffeine and alcohol before sleep

Getting Up Early has number of benefits for leading a successful and happy life.

Benefits of Getting Up Early –
·         Waking Up Early Correlates With Better Grades-
Students who consistently woke up early each day actually scored better test scores and overall grade points, in comparison to those who slept in all the time.

·         Waking Up Early Enhances Your Productivity –
 There are less distractions in the early hours of the day so you can achieve more with minimal interruptions, After a good night’s sleep, your brain is charged and ready to work hard. You are at your efficient best and will get things done quicker and better, Early risers are also better at making decisions, planning and setting goals,Waking up early may find you grumpy in the beginning but once you get used to it, you will have more energy to take on the day.

·         Waking Up Early Gives You a Better Mental Health-
The first hour of your day and how you spend it often sets the tone for the rest of your day and your life. sBy waking up earlier, you start to reduce the stress in your life by eliminating the need to rush in the mornings. Studies have shown “morning people” are often more positive, more optimistic and more likely to experience satisfaction in their lives. 

Waking Up Early Gives You More Time To Exercise
Waking up early has been known to reduce the chances of missed workouts. Of course there is nothing wrong with exercising after work. However, by exercising first thing in the morning, you are not going to let a tiring work day or social plans after work get in the way of your workout. So if you’re trying to commit to a regular exercise routine - make morning time your exercise time. Also, if you’re really struggling to wake up and snap out of the sleepiness in the morning, exercise is a good way to fix it. By exercising, you are energizing your body and getting it ready to take on the day.Exercise and waking up early are a great way to combat lethargy.

·         Waking Up Early Improves Your Quality of Sleep
Early risers often have very well established sleep routines. This means going to bed early, and most likely at the same time every day. This makes it easier to establish a habit of waking up earlier, and at the same time every morning. To wake up earlier, you must of course go to bed earlier. According to many sleep experts, it’s important to establish a proper sleep routine to improve the quality of your sleep as this helps to set your body’s “internal clock” to establish a routine - making it easier for you to sleep and wake naturally.

Give yourself   a few weeks for this new habit (Getting Up Early) to take hold. Saying that you tried to get up early but gave up after 7 days because it was just too hard is like saying you tried foreign language lessons for a few week but gave up because you could not speak the language by then. Life change takes time, effort and patience. But the results you will receive make the initial stress you experience more than worth it.