How to Get Up in the Morning to Exercise

The topic of getting proper rest dovetails into this similar topic of my article, "When Is The Best Time That I Should Exercise To Lose Weight for Fat Loss?" Make sure and read these articles back to back to get the whole picture.
Proper motivation is the key to both exercise and getting up early.
Understand the benefits of doing both and you can increase your motivation for doing so.
Get yourself on a good routine of proper nutrition, proper rest, and exercise will be a whole lot more beneficial, if not more frequent.
I know some people who want to believe that as long as they eat right, they shouldn't need to exercise.
Then there are others who believe that since they exercise, they should be able to eat whatever they want.
Well, maybe when you are really young you may be able to get away with these beliefs.
The metabolism of youth is a fleeting thing.
Getting Proper Rest With just a few revisions to your daily routine, you can make it easier to get proper rest.
Proper rest means that you will have better recovery from exercise and be ready to make more progress.
Perhaps there are a few things to consider in helping you get to sleep and stay asleep.
Bright light, loud noise, heavy food and drink, as well as, regular routine can factor heavily on your ability to be a morning person.
Bright light Dim the lighting about an hour before you want to sleep.
This will physiologically dial down the body and mind preparing you for a restful sleep.
If you ever owned a bird, just see how quick a bird goes to sleep once you cover the cage and block out light.
Loud noise Boisterous activities or nerve-wracking events can make it difficult for you to sleep.
Ever been to a concert and your ears ringing so you can't sleep? Refrain from exposing yourself to nerve jarring sound decibels, heated debates, or other keyed up interactions.
You can actually wear earplugs to bed if you need to block out sounds.
Also, listen to relaxation music before sleep.
Heavy food and drink Stimulants of all kinds can affect the nervous system and prohibit your body and mind from gearing down for rest.
Avoid caffeine and all forms of it from mid-day on.
Also, avoid alcohol if you want to sleep well.
Alcohol, as well as eating a heavy meal late in the day, will act as a sedative but not in a good way.
Just because it knocks you out doesn't mean that you can sustain a restful state of sleep for the duration of the night.
That's just a fallacy.
Everyone is different when it comes to alcohol consumption, so if you find that having two instead of three glasses of wine at dinner help you to sleep more soundly, then stick to your limit.
Environment If you have a TV in the bedroom, make sure that you wear earplugs and a sleep mask.
You may not be able to control others, but you can control your own environment.
Once you stick to your regimen and start to see and show the benefits, others around you will be more likely to follow your example.
Prove that it works and you will have proper influence on those around you.
You can have a positive impact on yourself and others when you adopt a lifestyle of wellness.
It's contagious!
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