According to a survey conducted by researchers, waking up early helps you to keep your head clear of distractions and enables you to be more focused in your work,
Waking up on time is the first step towards a more productive day and a better life with lesser health problems to worry about. For those of us who have woke up early in the morning after a good night’s sleep, the results of the survey to confirm this? For those of us who don’t want to wake up early, how do we go about changing our mindset to do this? The key is to make waking up early a habit.
Set up some traps that you can fall into, like not taking naps so that your can work towards changing your body clock. Here are some steps for you to follow:
KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF THE SNOOZE BUTTON
While many of you think that the snooze button is a promising friend, I can assure you that it is not. The snooze button is in fact the enemy of those who need to wake up early. As soon as you hit the snooze button, and fall back to sleep, your body adapts itself to procrastination. The next time the alarm goes off, don’t deprive yourself of your need to wake up early. Set the alarm when you need to wake up, or set your alarm outside of arms reach.
Start by taking baby steps
If you usually wake up at 10 am, then you can’t suddenly expect your body to wake up at 7 am one nice morning. just because you have decided that you want to wake up at that time from now on. You need to adjust to the new routine you are trying to set for yourself. Try waking up at earlier increments till you reach your desired time to break your delayed slumber.
The morning air is good for you
The fresh air is very healthy for your mind, soul, and body. If you are one of the many lucky ones who get to wake up early to witness this beautiful time of the day, try exercising to fully wake yourself to get your mind fresh and ready for the day ahead. Try these essential practices from today and wake up to a new morning with lots of positivity around and within you.