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4 Habits of Early Risers

Posted by InterHealth Nutraceuticals on Sat, Oct 17, 2015 @ 02:30 PM

Are you making the transition to becoming an early riser? Wondering what do with that extra time in the morning? Waking up early gives your body more time to adjust to the day, gives you time to relax and enjoy solitude before the rest of the world is up and moving. Here are four habits of early risers, which can improve your mood, energize your day, and boost your weight loss efforts.

Work Out In the Morning

A shared habit among a majority of early risers is exercising in the morning. When a person is exercising in the morning, they are starting their day with a burst of energy and a boost in their metabolism. Working out after work can be an appealing option, but more often than not, an evening workout gets cancelled. Evening workouts get disrupted by unexpected responsibilities that trump your exercise schedule! When you schedule a workout in the morning, no one will interrupt it. The only person who can cancel a morning workout is you.

A workout does not need to consist of a trip to the gym, though. A simple walk to your nearest coffee shop or taking the dogs out for a walk can boost your energy for the day. Even simple stretching in your living room will be a great addition to any morning.

Eat Breakfast

Eating breakfast is an essential part of every day, as long as you are eating a healthy breakfast. Cramming down a bagel and orange juice at your desk or in the car is not a great way to start the day. Early birds have time to sit down and enjoy a well-prepared breakfast. They can have a nice omelette or delicious bowl of oatmeal. Having this time in the morning to digest a nutrient-dense breakfast is helpful to your body. It will boost your metabolic rate and keep you feeling more full and satisfied throughout the day.

Meditation

Physical and mental health are closely correlated. Many early risers find that meditation in the morning is key to their happiness and health. This mediation can vary in form. Some people journal their thoughts and reflect on the future or past. Meditation can come in the form of prayer or yoga for some. Others may find meditation is responding to their work emails before most of the world has even awoken. Wherever you find solace and peace can be meditation for you. Implementing your form of meditation into your morning routine will help you start the day with a clear mind.

Sleep Earlier

Becoming an early riser means you are no longer a night owl. The lifestyles do not work together. Going to sleep at 1:00 am and waking at 5:00 am will not be a healthy lifestyle choice. A habit shared by all early risers is going to sleep earlier. If you want to wake up at 6:00 am go to sleep at 10:00 pm the night before. Once you are in a habit of waking up, feeling tired at an appropriate time will come naturally. It has been shown that those who work out in the morning, fall asleep more quickly and sleep better at night, yet another reason to add exercise to your morning routine.

Making adjustments like this to your normal schedule can improve your life and excel your weight loss. For a little extra boost, use a suitable supplement that includes Meratrim®. Meratrim® can help you reach your weight loss goals.

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