No one needs to be told that getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most vital things in your every day life. So many things during the day depend on whether or not you had a good sleep – energy levels, mood, appetite, productivity, creativity and plenty more.
To attack the day, you need to be up in the morning. While lifestyle tends to dictate what time we wake up in the mornings, the general rule is that the earlier, the better. Our bodies get a much better kick out of being up nice and early, allowing us to be more productive and to see more of the day in general.
Being able to start your day in a productive fashion is one of the most effective ways to get yourself busy, active and just overall more healthy. However, it also means learning about the importance of working out early in the morning – that’s probably the biggest hurdle most people face.
It’s one of those questions you never stop hearing – how much sleep should I be getting? Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most important things in life and yet it seems so many people are always complaining about how little sleep they’re getting.
“If you can simplify your life and have the same thing for breakfast or wear the same thing every day, it frees you up to use your decision making for other things.” – Daniel Levitin