Ever wonder why you’re tired from the second you wake up, and simply can’t seem to ever feel rested?
Dr. Paul Kelley, a researcher at Oxford University, has scientifically corroborated the claim that nearly every worker to ever live has made: that it sucks to work before 10 AM. In an interview, Kelley said:
“Before the age of 55, the circadian rhythms of adults are completely out of sync with normal nine-to-five working hours, posing a “serious threat” to performance, mood and mental health.”
With that information, Kelley has determined that there needs to be a global shift in the way we work, not only starting our work days later, but starting our children’s school days later as well.
Studies have shown that the average 10-year-old struggles to focus on school work if it happens before about 8:30 AM and that the best educational results happened at around 11 AM.
Dr. Kelley asserts that the overall educational experience children receive, if it were to happen in the afternoon instead of morning, would result in an overall grade increase by 10% across the board. But of course, starting mid-morning doesn’t just help kids.
Do you want to stress less, sleep better, and feel abundantly happier… without drugs or anything crazy?