“Early to bed, early to rise, makes the man healthy , wealthy and wise” – virtually all of us are familiar with this nursery rhyme. As hard as it is , getting into a habit of waking up early  certainly can do wonders for your lifestyle and your health. Many people are benefitting from being early risers and so should you.

Helps You Study Better

Research has shown that students who wake up early score better at tests and were more attentive in class.

Enhances Your Productivity

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When it comes to productivity, it is always mind over mattress. Successful people know this, which is why most tend to be early risers.   The formula is simple, if you wake early; you get more things done in time. Waking early means less distraction and more energy for the rest of the day.

Improves Mental Health

If it is a daily routine for you to go to work or study in the morning then waking early can help improve your mental health. By waking up earlier, you eliminate the need of rushing through the limited time you have to get ready, reducing stress in the process. Research shows early risers to be more optimistic and less likely to be depressed compared to their night owl counterparts.

Gives You Time For Breakfast  


Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, giving you the energy for working through the rest of the day. By waking up early, you are less likely to skip the important meal or gorge yourself on junk food.