Waking up early in the morning – and going to bed just as before at night – would provide significant benefits for people who can follow this habit. According to an article published in the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, early risers are better able to handle all the tasks of the day, with the added benefit of having health and fitness benefits.
Physical activity benefits
Getting up early would encourage light physical activity, preferably outdoors. It takes about half an hour; then, throughout the day, you can reap all the benefits of early morning physical activity, starting with the most incredible energy available.
Natural morning light can positively affect mood and also sleep dynamics. This would be possible because natural light positively influences sleep regulation between melatonin and serotonin and also between cortisol and melatonin.
Benefits for health and nutrition
According to a study published in the scientific journal Advances in Nutrition, early risers have a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease or type 2 diabetes because they are more likely to follow healthier and more balanced eating patterns.
Tips for waking up early in the morning
Going to bed early in the evening and waking up early in the morning is a routine that would contribute to a healthier and more profitable lifestyle. Those who are unable to set such a pace, but would like to, could begin to do so gradually, increasingly anticipating bedtime and, thus, the time they get up. To fall asleep earlier, it would be helpful to turn off and not use the cell phone, limit exposure to artificial light, and not sleep or nap too much in the afternoon.
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