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Know why you should wakeup early

by Rishika Choudhury

Date & Time: Aug 07, 2022 9:00 AM

Read Time: 2 minute



The key to productivity for many prosperous people is getting up early. People who accomplish things, from athletes to physicians, advise getting up early because it provides you more time to get things done or start your day off on the right foot.

Waking up early may appear difficult, particularly for night owls, but it has numerous advantages, including improved sleep quality, mental health, and productivity. In this article, we look at the various benefits of waking up early and offer tips on how to start waking up early so you can start your days off right.

Why you should wake up early

• Waking up early will result into the improvement of your body’s cognitive functions.
• If you have to wake up early then you will obviously be sleeping early as well which in turn will better your blood pressure system and improve your sleep quality.
• If you have consistent sleep schedule, then there is a chance that you will not be tired during the day and will not be distracted.
• Research has proved that anyone who wakes up early is prone to have a better mental health.
• A good amount of sleep can definitely lower your stress levels.
• Waking up early can reduce forgetfulness and therefore you can get more stuff done.
• Since you are waking up early you will also be having a lot of “Me time”.
• Less sleep mean acne therefore having a good amount of sleep and waking up on time will mean a healthier skin.
• Waking up early will lower your chances of obesity and other diseases.

How much sleep need according to age?

Different ages have specific sleep guidelines as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
• Newborns (0-3 months): 14 to 17 hours per night
• Infants (4-12 months): 12 to 16 hours per night.
• Toddlers (1 to 2 years): 11 to 14 hours per night
• Preschoolers (3 to 5 years): 10 to 13 hours per night
• Children (6 to 11 years): 9 to 12 hours per night
• Teens (13 to 18 years): 13 to 18 hours per night
• Adults (18 to 64 years): 7 to 9 hours per night
• Older adults (65 years or older): 7 to 8 hours per night

Also Read: Early morning rituals to reduce stress and increase happiness, according to yoga experts

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