The brilliance that comes with waking up at 5 am

Not everyone is an early bird.

As such, it’s both a mental and physical struggle for these people to wake up at 5 in the morning.

Especially during weekends, it feels liberating, not to mention, satisfying to sleep in after long weeks of work.

Well, that could be excused, but by the end of this video, you might be convinced to start becoming an early riser.

There are wonderful benefits to regularly waking up at 5 AM, boosting both your health and productivity, which we will be discussing more in detail in a while.

Want to know about these benefits? Keep on watching.

Or better yet, you can experience them yourself once you start changing your sleeping habits.

1. Makes your mind and body in sync
Having a sleep schedule is good for your overall health and wellbeing.

When your body knows when to shut down, you’ll find it easier to fall asleep.

At the same time, when your body knows when to wake up, it can function more effectively, waking you up naturally without having to drink coffee first.

Syncing your mind and body can be done by waking up every day at 5 in the morning.

Doing so will let your body get accustomed to being awake in the morning and sleeping the night before.

2. Gives you extra time for planning
A long day at work can mess up our evening, thus, failing to prepare for the next day.

Getting out of bed at 5 AM allows you to have some time to organize yourself and plan your day.

Consequently, this helps you be extra productive during the day and allows you to prepare for whatever things you need to accomplish.

3. Motivates you to have an early morning exercise
Don’t have time to exercise? Try waking up at 5 AM.

That should be enough to work on your overall fitness.

Your activity level and exercise play a huge role in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

It can be hard to fit this in after work.

But if you do this at 5 in the morning, you’d be surprised by how much exercise you can do.

You can take a walk, go for a jog, or even go to the gym.

4. Allows you some peace and quiet
Sometimes alone time is what you need most to take a breather.

It’s good for your focus which in turn, boosts your productivity and health in various ways.

You can start your day by drinking your favorite tea and perhaps read your newly bought book in peace.

You can also make some progress on a project that needs to be finished without unnecessary distractions.

Alone time can be hard to get in the evening, especially after work, because you’d likely be dead on your feet already.

Relish in the time you have at 5 AM to get some peace and quiet.

5. Boosts your motivation
With increased confidence comes stronger clarity.

Clarity comes from making decisions and commitments.

The more simple yet specific and actionable your goals and focus are, the more motivated you will be.

And when your motivation skyrockets, you’ll start feeling inspired to make your dreams into reality.

You can make this happen by regularly waking at 5 in the morning.

So, do you think you can do it?

Tell us about your experience later once you’ve become used to it.

Just comment below.

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