By Team Reconpharma
It’s not everyone who can manage to get up early on those cold and dark winter mornings. We’re not blaming anyone! However, most night owls should at least have a chance to enjoy and make use of the bright mornings. We have gathered our top 4 favourite reasons to get up early during summer. Good morning!
1. Beat the Morning Rush
This is almost pure math. Your day will be longer if you add extra hours. Start the day in normal pace and leave the stress at the door. Make real coffee instead of instant coffee. Or read the newspaper. Great opportunities wait for the early birds! A recent Swedish study has shown that earlier start times are not compensated with earlier bedtimes. You may feel unrested in the beginning, which is not unusual when you challenge your inner clock. If you suffer from lack of energy, you can purchase our energy complex here.
2. Leave the Car In the Garage
The car is a gigantic temptation when we are in a hurry. You should consider practicing your bicycling skills instead. There are several advantages of cycling. The obvious one is of course the healthy benefits that follow with physical activity. Moreover, the bicycle is a cost saver, which will allow you to spend money on more exiting things than expensive gas. What’s not to like? You can read about 30 reasons to take up cycling here, while an in-depth analysis on the benefits biking can be read here.
3. Get Some Morning Exercise.
Use the extra hours to get some exercise. Jogging is a great possibility to increase physical activity, while enjoying the summer breeze. You may be one of those persons who don’t want to do work out in the mornings. A brisk walk in the morning sun is a great alternative to a tough workout. It will make your day incredible! You can read about several benefits of morning workouts here.
4. Increase Your Productivity
There is an old saying that never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. But maybe we should start doing that … Nonetheless, those quiet mornings can also be used to finish the duties you have been postponed. Just don’t make too advanced tasks – you still have to wake up!
Torbjörn Åkerstedt, Göran Kecklund & Jan Selén (2010) EARLY MORNING WORK—PREVALENCE AND RELATION TO SLEEP/WAKE PROBLEMS: A NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE SURVEY, Chronobiology International, 27:5, 975-986, DOI: 10.3109/07420528.2010.489001