Getting up at dawn can be good for your physical and mental health because it gives time to work out, meditate, and have a good breakfast – preparing you for the day ahead – say advocates of making an early start. Photo: Getty Images Getting up at dawn can be good for your physical and mental health because it gives time to work out, meditate, and have a good breakfast – preparing you for the day ahead – say advocates of making an early start. Photo: Getty Images
Getting up at dawn can be good for your physical and mental health because it gives time to work out, meditate, and have a good breakfast – preparing you for the day ahead – say advocates of making an early start. Photo: Getty Images
Wellness

Getting up early – the benefits of a 5am start include time to work out, clear the mind, and eat a proper breakfast, advocates say

  • Waking up early gives us time to exercise, meditate and have a healthy breakfast before tackling the day’s challenges. It’s good for mind and body
  • Celebrities Jennifer Aniston, Oprah Winfrey and Richard Branson are all early risers, even if night owls may argue they work best when it’s late

Topic |   Wellness
Getting up at dawn can be good for your physical and mental health because it gives time to work out, meditate, and have a good breakfast – preparing you for the day ahead – say advocates of making an early start. Photo: Getty Images Getting up at dawn can be good for your physical and mental health because it gives time to work out, meditate, and have a good breakfast – preparing you for the day ahead – say advocates of making an early start. Photo: Getty Images
Getting up at dawn can be good for your physical and mental health because it gives time to work out, meditate, and have a good breakfast – preparing you for the day ahead – say advocates of making an early start. Photo: Getty Images
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