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Healthy Morning Habits

June 15, 2022

Tired of starting your day off feeling groggy and unmotivated? Experts agree that developing good morning habits plays a crucial role in having a successful day. With just a few simple tweaks to your morning routine, you can increase productivity and change your outlook for the better. Here are 5 healthy morning habits to get your day started off on the right foot:


  1. Wake Up An Hour Early

We know everyone values their sleep, especially when you have a busy day ahead. However, research has shown that waking up an hour earlier each day leads to improved cognitive function and reduces stress. As the old saying goes, the early bird gets the worm!


  1. Drink A Glass of Water

Drinking water in the morning is essential for many bodily processes. Every time we wake up from a good night’s rest, our body is dehydrated which can contribute to feeling groggy and sluggish. Studies have shown that by just drinking a cool glass of water, our metabolism can be boosted by over 20%. Water can also raise energy levels and fight toxins.


  1. Stretch

Stretching in the morning can help give the “pick me up” you need to start each day. It has also proven to eliminate any pain or tension caused from sleeping the night before. Here are 7 simple morning stretches to start your day.


  1. Eat A Healthy Breakfast

Breakfast is often described as “the most important meal of the day” and for good reason. However, many people skip over breakfast in their rush to start the day. If you take the time to make a good hearty meal in the morning you will see a multitude of benefits. A healthy breakfast replenishes your supply of glucose which also boosts energy levels and alertness. You also don’t need to make a big, prepared meal to obtain all the benefits. You can keep your breakfast short and sweet with these 10 quick and healthy breakfast ideas.


  1. Plan Out Your Day

There’s no better way to start your journey to maximum productivity each day than by planning out all your tasks. Writing down your biggest objectives will give you a sense of purpose and accomplishment when you begin crossing each of them off. Planning also gets you prepared for potential obstacles you might encounter throughout the day. Say goodbye to procrastination and hello to productivity!


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