Wake up your body and brain
Feeling sluggish in the mornings can adversely affect the productivity your day. At the start of your day, it is crucial to properly wake your body and brain so that you can effectively accomplish the days' duties. We try to develop new morning routines. We read so many times that the most successful people have one. So why is it so hard? After some research, we came across this simple 4-step morning routine that will help you get on the right track.
STEP 1-Wake Up Your Brain
- Set the alarm on your music device or TV to come on when you wake up.
- Stash your electronic devices where you won’t be tempted to use them right upon waking up.
- Leave your bedroom as soon as you wake up so you’re not tempted to go back to bed.
STEP 2-Wake Up Your Body
Move your body or exercise. Not only will it help to get you moving, but it will also have great health benefits.
- Make your bed right away.
- Do chores that were left from last night such as emptying the dish rack or picking up clothes.
- Stretch for several minutes to ease into more activity.
- Practice a few minutes of calisthenics such as jumping jacks or pushups.
- Arrange a quiet space for your quiet time, away from people, pets, and electronics.
- Don’t let anyone or anything interrupt your special quiet time.
Eat breakfast. We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day—it’s true! Your body and brain need fuel after fasting for 8–12 hours.
- Plan your breakfast the night before if it makes it easier for you to eat in the morning.
- Start with a glass of water, which has multiple health benefits.
- Choose healthy and nutritious foods and drinks to provide the best fuel for your day—these include fruits, dairy products, protein (eggs, meat, soy), grains and don't forget to add MitoXcell to improve your cells and overall wellbeing.
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