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10 Healthy Things To Do Before 9 AM


Healthy people have a routine to start their day off right and we have 10 things that Healthy people do before 9am…  That probably sounds like a lot of hard work – but it is just a matter of organisation and getting into good habits (you need to keep doing something for 21 days to become a habit).  But do try these tips and you will find you will have more energy and calmness to achieve more in your day.

10 Things Insanely Healthy People Do Before 9 A.M

Our alarm goes off and we hit the snooze button. That happens a few more times. Then with no time to waste, we leap out of bed, dash into the shower, fly out of the house wearing a wrinkled shirt and grab a quick coffee on our way to work. Basically, we live every morning as if it were “Groundhog Day,” always promising ourselves we’ll do it differently tomorrow.

Though this kind of morning routine affords a couple of extra blinks of sleep, many in the medical field insist that beginning the day under such stress is just not healthy. It sets a chaotic tone, inviting further stress as the hours progress, and completely undermines any good the extra rest may have provided.

But there are a number of things we can learn from those of us who have our stuff together to rewrite our morning routine almost entirely. We partnered with Tropicana to bring you the healthy person’s guide to starting the day right.

1. They set a sleep schedule and stick to it

Eradicate some of the chaos by setting a bedtime and sticking to it. It may seem like a funny thing for adults, but it’s incredibly important. Our bodies get out of whack if we go to sleep at 10 p.m. one night and midnight another. It’s an energy-drainer, so set a bedtime and do your best to stick with it. It’s surprising how quickly a new routine will stick.

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2. They wake up early — as early as 6 a.m.
Provide yourself with enough time to accomplish your morning goals and this will change the entire rhythm of your day. And knocking out a few small, easy things in the morning — like making your bed as soon as you get up — helps to build your momentum to accomplish things throughout the day.

3. They drink a lot of water

You haven’t had anything to drink since last night, so it’s good to rehydrate yourself. The water fires up your metabolism.

“You never want your pee to be dark yellow,” says personal trainer and marathon runner Angie Knudson, 34. “That means you’re dehydrated. Water helps to regulate sodium levels in the body.”


4. They exercise before the day gets going

Morning exercise will provide a reliable boost of energy, and even a light workout delivers a sense of accomplishment. “Things accumulate,” says Alfred Gallegos, 28, a personal trainer based in California In the morning, there’s no excuses, and you don’t have the same energy level for exercise at the end of the day.”

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