The Benefits of Sleeping Early and Waking up Early

Sleeping early and waking up early, why is it good for health?

This is probably the question in your mind if you are thinking about changing your sleeping schedule. If you have not been sleeping early and waking up early, it is advisable that you change your sleeping schedule as soon a possible.

This is because there are so many health benefits of sleeping early and waking up early. It is not possible to change your schedule drastically. It will take time before you change your sleeping schedule so that you can always sleep early and wake up early. Start by waking up 15 to 30 minute earlier than usual every day and adjust until you reach your target. Here are the top benefits of sleeping early and waking up early;

1. You will have more time to exercise

gsf23When you become an early riser, you will always have enough time to exercise. There is nothing wrong if you like to exercise after work. However, by exercising early in the day, you give your body the energy it needs to do all the things that you need to do during the day. In addition, you are less likely to miss your exercises when you are an early riser. You morning exercise will also help to keep you in a good mood throughout the day.

2. You will always have time for breakfast

People who wake up late tend to skip breakfast. It is not a good idea to skip breakfast. Your body needs the energy and nutrients that you gain when you take your breakfast. Remember, you did not eat anything for the 6 to 8 hours that you were in bed. When you skip breakfast, you force your body to go into starvation mode. It is highly likely that you are going to overeat the next time you have a meal after skipping breakfast. This will lead to weight gain.

3. You will improve your quality of sleep

srll54People who wake up early often have established sleep routines. They always go to bed early and at the same time every single day. This helps them to sleep better. Better sleep helps them to avoid all the health problems that can be caused by sleep deprivation. Health experts recommend a proper sleep routine because it helps to activate the body’s “internal clock”. When you have a sleep routine, your body will know when its time to sleep and when it’s time to wake up.