3 Reasons You May Want to Set Your Alarm Clock a Little Earlier Tomorrow Morning
Rise and shine!
That's in terms of overall happiness, healthiness, and general life satisfaction according to a study at the University of Toronto.
While any exercise you get is admirable, you're more likely to ditch your evening workout after a long day than if you get it in first thing in the morning when you're full of energy.
And a morning workout will also boost your mood and keep you energized throughout your day.
Grabbing a muffin with your morning coffee on the go doesn't quite compare with the many benefits of a well-balanced breakfast. Or maybe you're one of the 31 million Americans who skip breakfast all together.
But even though you're not usually hungry, eating a good breakfast jump starts your metabolism and keeps your body working all day. So use part of that extra hour to whip up a delicious breakfast -- try some of these simple hacks to make it easy on yourself!
Before your hectic daily life begins, using this extra time to meditate, make and review goals, consider what you're thankful for, journal or any other you-focused activity will start your day off right with an activity specifically scheduled to make you happy.
According to the CDC, sleep deprivation (anything less than 7 hours for adults) is a public health concern due to its relation to increased instances of chronic diseases such as obesity, depression, and diabetes along with increased car crashes and other occupational errors.