5 Reasons Why You Should Wake Up Early



Do the benefits of waking up early outweigh the effort of doing so?

In this video, we are going to examine how waking up early can impact your life for better or worse.

You certainly have heard the saying “The early bird catches the worm.”

But, is it good or bad to wake up early?

Today, there is a legion of people willing to wake up at 5 in the morning (the 5 a.m. club), just to organize themselves better and have more time to do things they normally wouldn't, like meditate, read, exercise, and other hobbies.

If you are part of the team that likes to get up later, you're used to hearing that waking up earlier makes people more productive, and that it makes you feel happier and healthier.

But you will be surprised to learn that British research shows that waking up early has many benefits. Did you know that?

Waking up earlier is an important change that brings many benefits to your health and well-being.

It may be hard in the beginning, but the benefits are worth it.

Back to the research of University of Roehamptom, UK, waking up early is linked to more health and life quality.

According to the study, done with more than one thousand volunteers, people who wake up early are thinner, happier, and healthier than those who sleep in.

Are you interested? Do you want to know the benefits of beating your laziness and getting up earlier every day?

As we have seen in a recent video, 10 to 30% of adults have trouble sleeping, at least once a month.

Watch this video to learn how to create a sleep schedule, so you can wake up early and feel more invigorated, happy, and motivated.

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