The benefits of getting up early

If you do not wake up early in the morning, you miss the appointment with great health benefits, so experts recommend changing the habit immediately.

According to the British newspaper The Guardian, happiness is one of the five biggest benefits of waking up early. A study from the University of Exeter showed that those who wake up early have less exposure to depression than others.

The study attributed these results to the problems experienced by those who watch during the day, whether it is work or other activities.

The second benefit is that those who wake up early are more productive in their work. A study from the University of Texas at the University of Texas showed that students attending their morning classes had higher scores than their peers who studied in the evening.

In 2018, according to a study from the University of Bristol, those who wake up early, have lower exposure to breast cancer, and medical research was based on 341 samples of DNA and the behavior of people to sleep.

Because people who wake up early have enough time to exercise, regular physical activity helps people sleep better during the evening. Those who are late begin their day amidst confusion and may also do so.

A study conducted at the University of Heidelberg, Germany, that early awakening strengthens the human personality and make it more cooperative and perseverance and awareness, and the search was based on a sample of 1231 participants.

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