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How to Get Up Early: The Benefits of Getting up Early

People who rise early are often viewed as problem-solvers and leaders of businesses, organizations, and sometimes nations. Have you ever wondered how a morning person accomplishes so much in 24 hours?

People who rise early are often viewed as problem-solvers and leaders of businesses, organizations, or even countries. Have you ever wondered how one person can accomplish so much in 24 hours? You can get a head start on your morning by getting up early.

Night owls might disagree. Some may argue that you can get more work done at night. This may be true for some people, but most of us are wired to be most productive in the early hours of the morning.

Benefits of getting up early

You should be aware of the many benefits of waking up earlier than you think. Besides the stunning sunrise, you already know the benefits of waking up early. Here are some benefits for those who don’t like to be early risers.

• Enhanced Organization Skills

Because you have uninterrupted time to yourself, the early morning hours are often the most productive. When you are free from distractions, it is easier to accomplish any task.

This quiet time can be used to plan your day, assigning a time frame for each task and creating a calm space. Your organization skills will improve if you mentally plan your day before you start it.

• Eat Healthy Foods

You can make a healthy breakfast by getting up earlier than usual. Smoothies, salads, or fruit bowls are all possible. They take only a few minutes to make. This allows early risers to make a healthy and simple breakfast for their family. You’ll likely be late for everything if you get up too late. This can lead to a domino effect. You’ll find yourself running late and often grab a quick breakfast such as a muffin or a doughnut, or even skip breakfast.

Breakfast is an important meal that gives you energy and fuel to get through the day. You will feel hungry and eat a lot of sugar or fat to satisfy your hunger.

• Exercise Regularly

It gives you adrenaline, so it is best to exercise in the morning. Adrenaline increases alertness and helps you get rid of the tired feeling. You are less likely to miss a morning workout if there is another important task taking up your time. You are more likely to miss it if you exercise at night due to extra work hours, friends gatherings, or exhaustion.

• Beat Peak Traffic Commute

You can beat peak traffic hours if you get up early. It’s not a waste of time to get stuck in traffic on your commute to work or drop off the kids. You will also be on time for all other appointments throughout your day.

• Stay Stress-free

You can plan your day by getting up early. You don’t have to rush through your day with a blurred mind. You can plan and avoid the stress of rushing to accomplish things. You will also find that you are more likely to have time for stress-busting leisure activities. This will help you get started your day calmly and composed. This is the key to staying stress-free all day.

• Get Quality Sleep

People who are early risers tend to be more likely to fall asleep quicker. To go to sleep, you don’t need to count sheep. Your body will feel tired earlier if you get up in the morning, which leads to better sleep once you go to bed. Your body becomes accustomed to your natural circadian rhythm, and you are more likely to go to bed early or rise early.

Adenosine is more easily accumulated when there are fewer waking hours. Adenosine, a neurotransmitter, causes sleepiness by inhibiting neuronal activity. A faster accumulation of adenosine can make you tired in the evening, so it is important to wake up earlier. You will feel refreshed and well-rested if you go to bed earlier.

• More energy

Because they are more likely to complete all stages of their sleep cycles, early birds get better sleep quality than night owls. They are more energetic than night owls, who don’t have enough time to finish all stages of their sleep cycles.

It improves your mental and physical well-being by completing the sleep cycles and stages. The deeper stages of sleep are when growth hormones are released, which cause tissue repair and regeneration.

• Feel Happier

You will reap the rewards of good habits and be more energetic, healthy, balanced, stressed-free, punctual, and well-rested if you get up early. This gives you a sense that everything is in order, which makes you happier. According to a

2012 National Library of Medicine Study

Healthy adults who woke up earlier than night owls had more positive thoughts.

• Better Grades

Your chances of getting a better academic grade may be higher if you get up earlier than the rest. Recent research showed that students who got up earlier in the morning had better results than those who stayed awake late. The average GPA (grade point average) for the early birds was a full point higher than that of the night owls.

How to Get Up Early

You now know the importance of getting up and bed early to make your day more productive.

Getting used to the routine of getting up earlier may take 30-60 days. Once you are comfortable with your new sleeping schedule, you won’t need an alarm to get you up.

We’ll be sharing tips and discussing steps to help you develop the habit of getting up early without sacrificing sleep.

• Start Gradually

Be realistic about your expectations. Don’t wake up at an odd hour and start the day. You can gradually increase the time. If you’re used to getting up at 7 AM, set the alarm for 6:45 AM. After your body adjusts to the change, you can increase the time by 15 minutes. Your body will adapt better to this change if you take it to step by step. You won’t feel sleep deprived if you wake up 15 minutes earlier than usual.

• Keep the Alarm Clock away from the bed

You will have a lower chance of hitting the snooze key if you keep the alarm clock away from your bed. You can place the clock on a shelf or table in a different part of your room instead of keeping it next to your bed. To turn the alarm off, you must reach it when it rings. These steps may be enough to wake you up from your sleep.

• Get out of your bedroom as soon as you wake up

Your brain has been programmed to feel asleep in the bedroom. You will be discouraged from returning to sleep if you get out of bed in the morning. Even though night owls are trying to be early risers and become more productive, many of them succumb to the temptation to return to bed after spending time in their bedroom.

• Motivate yourself

You will be more motivated to get up in the morning if you have a goal. You might want to get up early to go to the gym or go gardening. No matter what your motivation may be, keep something that is associated with it close to you. You might keep your gardening gloves or gym clothes where you can easily see them when you get out of bed.

• Reward yourself

You can encourage the system by training yourself to get up earlier. You can reward yourself with a cup of your favorite coffee or extra time in the bathroom. To make yourself feel extra special for waking up at an early hour, do something you don’t normally do. You can reward yourself for your hard work by rewarding yourself.

• Adopt proper sleep hygiene

Create a bedtime routine to signal your body that it is time for sleep. Take a warm shower, read a book, or reflect on the good things about your day. These activities help you relax and get ready for sleep. A warm water shower prepares your body to sleep. Warm water warms up your body and drops as soon as you get out of the shower. Warm baths facilitate this process.

• Keep Away from Blue Lights

The blue light from your television or electronic devices can reduce melatonin production. This can negatively impact your sleep quality and production. It would help if you got to bed early to be consistent about getting up on time.

To get to sleep early, you should avoid blue lights for at least an hour before bed. You can also avoid scrolling on your tablet or phone and binge-watching your favorite shows. These activities can further stimulate your brain and delay sleep.

• Be kind to yourself

Do not force yourself to get up early if you feel tired or under the weather. You won’t be annoyed by the idea of getting up early.

• Don’t Make Excuses About Sleeping In

You may feel like you can sleep in on a cold or rainy day while you are training yourself to get up earlier. Avoid giving in to these excuses. Once you do, it will be hard to get out of the habit. You’ll need to start over.

• Enjoy a light dinner

While spicy and heavy meals can temporarily make you sleepy, they are slower to digest, impacting your ability to fall asleep.

Acid reflux and heartburn can be caused by food that isn’t fully digested before you go to sleep. The extra calories can also be harmful.