Drink warm water first thing as you wake up.
One easy approach to start your day well is to drink a glass of water. Drinking warm water as soon as you wake up enhances mental function. Hydration is significantly associated with higher mental performance, making it easier to complete tasks like memorizing and learning new information.
Avoid using your smartphone.
Your brain is set up for distraction if you check your phone as soon as you wake up. When you first get up, seeing and reading something stressful can set off your stress response and make you anxious the rest of the day.
Exercise for 20 minutes.
Starting your day with some exercise improves your mood. Physical activity in the morning helps you become highly effective during the day. Going all out with a demanding and strenuous workout schedule is not necessary. Swimming, walking, running, or jogging may be effective for you.
Spend some time in prayer.
Morning prayer is one of the healthiest ways to start the day. Morning prayer boosts mood, output and lessens stress and anxiety later in the day.
Read anything that makes you feel energized for at least 20 minutes.
Reading early in the morning will enable you to learn more quickly since your mind is clear and you are refreshed. More knowledge will be retained in your memory, and learning new ideas will be much simpler.
Set goals and create work plans based on them.
You gain long-term vision and immediate motivation by setting goals. It helps you focus your learning and better manage your time and resources so that you may enjoy life to the fullest.
Take a bath before eating.
Showering in the morning helps your blood circulate better. Your blood rushes to the surface of your skin as a result of bathing. A healthy blood supply is crucial to our well-being and proper functioning of the vital organs. Breakfast helps your body restore its energy and nutrient reserves.
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