Sleeping early could benefit you in ways you never knew possible


The feeling of laziness is a popular trait for many people, especially the youth, when they wake up in the morning.  The lack of motivation you instantly feel when your ears hear that alarm, is something everyone has experienced more than once in their lives. Do you ever wonder why you feel this way and what you could do to take back control of your mind? You see, there are ways to increase your mental discipline and have control over what you do with your body, even when it feels the most inconvenient to do something at that moment. When you hear that alarm to get ready for school or to get a work out in or maybe even write down your goals you want to accomplish for the day, you want to have the idea of chasing greatness and becoming a better person than you were tomorrow. A great way to achieve this is by waking up early. 

Discipline Over Motivation

Mastering your mind and turning your dreams to reality all starts with discipline. You are given a choice every morning to pick from 2 things, get up and chase your goals or sleep in and push aside your future. Waking up early is a great way to take on your day and start off with the feeling of accomplishment. 

“Motivation only exists as a noun. But discipline has a verb form. In other words, discipline is something you do, and choose to do; motivation is a thing that can come and go, which you cannot choose to do or control,” said Allison Wojtowecz, Founder of Flabs to Fitness, actress, and stand-up comedian.. “Furthermore: you are never “motivated” to be more disciplined. Discipline is useless if it’s not tied to the actions you want to be disciplined with.”

Benefits of Waking Up Early

Early risers tend to go to sleep early as well, which means they are more likely to get the 7-9 hours recommended sleep for adults. Getting your full night of rest is essential in living a healthy and productive life, you won’t get anywhere walking around tied like a zombie.

-More rest equals more energy, plain and simple. being more energetic throughout the day, helping you accomplish your goals and tasks in a faster and more productive manner.

-Working out in the early morning can help to kickstart your body and make you more productive. Accomplishing a goal early in the morning is one step closer to having a great day. Many people don’t have time during their busy afternoons to get any physical activity in, so this will 

-An early riser means you can get a head start on the day, so already you are starting off your day to a productive good start. You can use all that extra time to get you goals together in front of you and see what you want to get done today. You become more organized by doing this and overall lead yourself to be more productive. 

-As your health improves, your sleep improves — and vice versa. 

-Waking up early can allow you to have reduced depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts and behaviors. This is an amazing benefit for adults and teens, waking up early and going to bed early could be a strategy to fight against these things.