Some people hate getting up in the morning and choose to build more. However, it is better to eliminate that behavior and change it now. Because the early risers proven to improve health.
"Getting up early to make humans more consistent with the cycles of the biological clock," said Alcibiades J. Rodriguez, MD, assistant professor, Department of Neurology, NYU Langone Comprehensive Epilepsy Center-Sleep Center.
"Sunlight is the most powerful stimulant to energize and boost your mood, so that you can start the activity with your body more refreshed."
Waking up early may not directly lead to improved health, but it can help people adapt to healthy habits that can help improve their lives overall.
"I found that early risers are better able to make healthier life choices," said Jeff Sanders, author of The 5 AM Miracle.
"They are more likely to exercise in the morning, eat a healthy breakfast, and have time for reading, yoga, prayer, meditation, or other healthy habits."
If you're looking for a reason to start getting up in the morning, following six health benefits that can be taken into consideration.
1. You Will Be Hooked to Exercise
According to Women's Health, a study presented at the annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies LLC found that early risers tend to not miss the sport.
"As happened to me, my clients, and other early risers. If you do not exercise in the morning, were significantly less likely to not exercise at all," said Sanders.
"So, get used to the exercise routine every morning will be very useful for increasing energy, strength, and more."
2. Breakfast is Better
"If ever oversleep, you definitely prefer to take the donuts as the journey instead of preparing a healthy breakfast," said Sanders.
"Waking up in the morning tend to give enough time to prepare breakfast are a source of nutrients and energy."
One study from Northwestern University found that people who sleep late at night to eat twice as much fast food and half the amount of fruits and vegetables than people who sleep early.
3. Mood Improves
A study published in the journal Emotion found that early risers happier.
Although the reason is not clear, the researchers suspect it is due to their focus on the activities of the morning. So that the program will be completed faster by introducing a schedule of activities from 8 am to 5 pm.
4. Be More Proactive
Apparently, saying "get up early bird will get the worm" was true.
Studies of Harvard Business Review found that people who get up early more goals and will feel more responsible to make that goal a reality. They also tend to gain value and a better job.
5. More Vigilant
If you wake up in the morning right before work or school, you may experience a condition called sleep inertia that feeling dizzy and less enthusiastic.
Waking up suddenly can harm your mental functions such as memory and lower productivity.
So, it's good to give yourself some time to adjust before waking and leaving for school or office can help improve your performance.
6. Sleep Schedule More Consistent
"The habit of waking early success clearly had time to bed early and get up early is consistent. So that led to the quality of rest that is needed," said Sanders.
"The focus for early risers with a pattern of consistent high quality sleep, can dramatically improve your health by itself."
Although the function of each individual body has different clocks, most people work best when they are synchronized to the rhythm sleep natural biological clock.
Do not hesitate to try this habit and see how your juice afterwards. Perhaps you will be faced with a pleasant surprise.