Michelle here. Michelle Taylor, if you need a full name. I've worked around the medical world for a very long time, and while I cannot say anything on here is direct medical advice for legal reasons, I hope you'll find it useful and able to help you in your day-to-day life.
Many factors, such as the work environment, contribute to a person’s mental health and wellness. As more people understand the importance of creating a healthy work environment for their employees, some companies have even begun implementing morning meetings, where workers can talk about essential issues in their lives without judgment.
This article will discuss how starting our day early can improve our mental health and help us become more successful throughout the day!
There are plenty of mental health reasons to start our day early. Here are five:
Starting our day early has lots of benefits – from being more productive to having less stress in the afternoon and evening and maintaining healthy habits throughout the day! So whether we’re working towards an ambitious goal or just trying to live a healthier lifestyle, starting our day early is a great way to get ahead!
Sleep is essential for physical and mental health. Recent studies have shown that people who get a good night’s sleep are more likely to have healthier brains and bodies.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, getting enough sleep can improve our mood, cognitive function, reaction time, and problem-solving skills. Here are some reasons why we should start our day early:
Early risers tend to be happier. A study published in the journal Appetite found that people who start their day by 7 am are more satisfied than those who start later. They also had lower cortisol levels – a hormone that regulates stress levels – and reported less fatigue throughout the day.
We’ll make better decisions. Starting our day with fresh eyes allows us to think more clearly and make smarter decisions.
We’ll be more productive. According to research by The Harvard Business Review, employees who start their days at 5 am or earlier are more effective than their counterparts who start later. This is because they’re less likely to be interrupted by email or phone calls in the morning, which allows them to focus on tasks uninterrupted.
We’ll avoid chronic pain problems. In a study published in The Journal of Pain, researchers found that people who slept 8 hours or more per night were 84 percent less likely to develop chronic pain than those who slept 6 hours or less per night. Chronic pain can cause debilitating conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia, so avoid it.
Like most people, we probably don’t start our day until later in the morning. But there are benefits to starting our day early, both mentally and physically. Here are four reasons why we should start our day early:
Mentally, starting our day earlier can help improve our productivity. Studies have shown that people who start their days early tend to be more focused and productive than those who don’t.
Physically, early morning workouts are more effective than evening workouts. This is because the body is most active during the morning hours. Plus, working out in the morning has been found to decrease stress levels throughout the day.
Emotionally, one of the most significant benefits of waking up early is that it gives us time for self-care. Whether taking a relaxing bath or spending time with loved ones, taking care of ourselves is essential in maintaining a healthy mind and body.
Ultimately, starting our day early allows us to achieve more in a shorter time than if we waited until later in the morning. If these reasons sound good, consider starting to wake up at least an hour earlier than usual and see how it goes!
We can do a few things to get our day off to a great start.
One is to try and establish a morning routine. This can help us do more in the morning and make our day smoother. Here are some tips on how to get started:
Wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends. This will help us get used to waking up early and will help keep our body clock consistent throughout the week.
Get out of bed and start the day by doing something productive. This could be anything from reading the news, working on a project, or taking a walk around the block. Try to fill our morning with as many activities as possible to feel free to rush later.
Eat breakfast before starting our day. A good breakfast will give us energy for the rest of the day and help us stay alert throughout the morning. Many different types of breakfasts are suitable for everyone, so find one that works best for us.
Make sure that our bedroom is organized and clean before getting out of bed. This will help give us a positive attitude when starting our day and will decrease stress levels overall.
There is a lot to be said for starting our day early. By getting our body and mind up and moving at the start of the day, we are more likely to have a productive day. We’ll avoid those nagging energy dips that make it difficult to get going, and we’ll be less likely to experience stress later in the day.
If we can’t get out of bed on time every morning, try these tips for getting started earlier. Once we’ve mastered those basics, continue reading for more ideas to improve our mornings!
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Error: Contact form not found.