Waking up early is it worth it

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Been reading alot lately about getting up early life 530 or earlier just wanted to know your thoughts :)
 
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i think you are more of a 8-9 am type of person
 

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Why did you start a second thread on this?
 

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You have to do what works for you.

Have a specific plan and purpose for getting up early. Maybe you want to clean the kitchen, hit the gym and study XYZ subject. That’s fine. Pick a time that suits your goals.

Otherwise, you’ll be on SS early in the morning lol.
 
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Why did you start a second thread on this?
First, I agree with this.

Been reading alot lately about getting up early life 530 or earlier just wanted to know your thoughts
Second, I think it's more important to get 8 hours of sleep, no matter what time you get up/go to bed.

Third, what ever you do, make it consistent, make it a routine. Do the same thing every day. This will give clarity, an idea of what's ahead the next day. Before you know it you have your tomorrow planed and filled with activities until the end of the evening.

And when you get up in the morning, do as Marcus Aurelius did (read his book Meditations, considering the subject this seems to be something you are interested in):

"At dawn, when you have trouble getting out of bed, tell yourself: “I have to go to work — as a human being. What do I have to complain of, if I’m going to do what I was born for — the things I was brought into the world to do? Or is this what I was created for? To huddle under the blankets and stay warm? ""
 
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I tried it and the benefit is limited , no studies found that prove waking up early has any benefit , infact if you are not getting enough sleep you will get into health problems
 

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Obviously worth it! Because of a busy schedule and stress, no one can give time to family as well as not maintaining health so it is the best remedies to stay healthy and stress-free. So wake up early and enjoy your life with your family.:)
 

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I spent my 18'th birthday getting up at 4am. Done it a bunch, but don't really like it. Probably best part is walking the dog in the really early hours is very nice.
 

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First, I agree with this.


Second, I think it's more important to get 8 hours of sleep, no matter what time you get up/go to bed.

Third, what ever you do, make it consistent, make it a routine. Do the same thing every day. This will give clarity, an idea of what's ahead the next day. Before you know it you have your tomorrow planed and filled with activities until the end of the evening.

And when you get up in the morning, do as Marcus Aurelius did (read his book Meditations, considering the subject this seems to be something you are interested in):

"At dawn, when you have trouble getting out of bed, tell yourself: “I have to go to work — as a human being. What do I have to complain of, if I’m going to do what I was born for — the things I was brought into the world to do? Or is this what I was created for? To huddle under the blankets and stay warm? ""
Nice
 

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Second, I think it's more important to get 8 hours of sleep, no matter what time you get up/go to bed
This ^

Waking up early is overrated. Getting a full night's sleep is underrated. I used to wake up at 6AM so I could get to my office at 8AM and get a head start on work. Going to bed at 10-10:30PM, I would rarely get a full 8 hours, and found that I wasn't being terribly productive at my desk pre-9AM and I would need extra coffee to get going, which would then crash me in the afternoon.

I've since started waking up at 7AM, and getting to the office at 9 fully rested, energized and alert from a full night's sleep. I am much more productive and get a lot more done. The extra hour at my desk in the morning doesn't make me get more done. The extra hour of sleep does.

Different people have different sleep requirements. I need 8 hours. Not 7, not 7 and a half. The full 8. So waking at the a$$crack of dawn is counterproductive for me. And there's no such thing as 'training' yourself to need less sleep. Sleep is precious and underrated. Be greedy with your sleep.
 
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