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7 Types Of A Morning Person
1) The Regulars. Most of us are this type of person. We follow the same routine everyday, waking up at a fixed time and getting ready to go to work or school. We do not have the freedom of sleeping in. This type of person is not quite awake and is fueled by coffee.
2)The Morning Person. A morning person is someone who feels at his or her best in the morning. This person is chirpy and will gain energy just from the sound of birds chirping and from the sight of the sun just rising. The opposite is a night owl.
3)The “why am I awake” person. Somehow you have woken up at 3 am and haven’t been able to get back to sleep. You’ve done everything that is needed to be done and its only 10 am. Now you’ll spend the whole day Daydreaming and thinking, “what else is there to do.”
4)The “It’s” technically still morning person. You’re lying in bed and its 11.30 am. Silently you mumble to yourself, “it’s still too early to get up.”
5) The morning caffeine person. After ingesting too much caffeine in the morning, you may find it difficult to communicate properly. You may of gotten a lot done but by the time Noon hit, you’ll find yourself out of energy and falling asleep.
6) The sleep didn’t happen person. Sleep just didn’t happen.
7) The “Grumpus” morning person. You wake up tired and grumpy. Your’re angry at the whole world and hope everything will just disappear.
What type of morning person are you?
“Dreams are the random firings of neuron cells in the brain. During a dream, brain takes the information you processed throughout the day and tries to make sense of them. That's why there's a theory that you only dream of what you know such as faces. However, sometimes, two completely unrelated information are put together creating the unrecognizable images in your dreams. ”—
“Background noise creates a distraction, but balance is key. A moderate level of background noise creates just enough distraction to break people out of their patterns of thinking and nudge them to let their imagination wander, while still keeping them from losing their focus on the project all together. This distracted focus helps enhance your creativity. The study’s authors explain that “getting into a relatively noisy environment may trigger the brain to think abstractly, and thus generate creative ideas.”—Research suggests the right amount of ambient noise increases creativity – which makes sense, considering the unconscious processing phase of ideation.
You Willpower is Finite
Can you turn over a new leaf, go on a diet, learn a new language, and get up every morning at dawn to meditate and clean your house? The idea of ego depletion says, “no.” And it has physical evidence to back that up.