Early risers and better mental health

There is much truth in the adage, ‘early to bed, early to rise will make you healthy, wealthy and wise’.

Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day but how are some able to accomplish great things while others turn in mediocre results.

Time management is the key to success and failure for it gives that edge in achieving our dreams.

Waking up early is a virtue that needs to be cultivated among the young. Many youths have the habit of waking up just in time to hurry through the early morning chores before rushing off to work.

There is no time to pause, plan and profit from reflection. Not to mention the stress that goes with it.

We need to cultivate the habit of waking up early from an early age.

When you win the battle of the bed and put mind over the mattress, it will allow you to take control of the day rather than the day dictating terms to you.

You have the extra hours to do the things that you always wanted to do in a day but which you could never do because of your hectic schedule.

The early morning is the most crucial part of the day and setting off on a good early start will unfold a wonderful and beautiful day.

Science now tells us what others have been saying through the ages, that early risers enjoy better mental health and are more productive.

By getting up early, you have ample time to care for yourself which will make you a better spouse, parent and professional.

The adage “the early bird catches the worm” amplifies the re wards of waking up early in a dog-eat-dog world.


Read more @ https://www.nst.com.my/opinion/letters/2018/04/356687/early-risers-and-better-mental-health

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