It is cus­tom­ary to divide peo­ple into “owls”, “larks”, “pigeons” and oth­er birds that wake up at dif­fer­ent times. How­ev­er, this divi­sion is very con­di­tion­al and often hides sim­ply an estab­lished habit of a cer­tain dai­ly rou­tine.

Sci­en­tists have found out which dai­ly rou­tine should be con­sid­ered the most cor­rect and har­mo­nious for a healthy lifestyle for most peo­ple, regard­less of their usu­al way of life. This mode is asso­ci­at­ed with fluc­tu­a­tions in the activ­i­ty of var­i­ous parts of the brain at cer­tain times of the day, as well as with changes in the activ­i­ty of body sys­tems.

  • It is best to get out of bed with the sun. The ris­ing sun nour­ish­es us with such pow­er­ful ener­gy, which nei­ther cof­fee nor oth­er usu­al ton­ic foods and drinks can com­pare with.
  • It is bet­ter to devote the inter­val between 6 and 7 in the morn­ing to mem­o­riz­ing new infor­ma­tion: at this time, the parts of the brain respon­si­ble for long-term mem­o­ry are active.
  • Log­ic, ana­lyt­i­cal skills are includ­ed in the work between 8 and 9 o’clock. This is the most pro­duc­tive time for plan­ning things and ana­lyz­ing events and facts.
  • From 9 to 10 o’clock it is bet­ter to work with infor­ma­tion that requires atten­tion and accu­ra­cy. If you need to draw up a sta­tis­ti­cal report or bal­ance sheet, this is the time to do this work.
  • After that, intel­lec­tu­al abil­i­ties take time-out. This time can be giv­en to activ­i­ties that do not require pow­er­ful intel­lec­tu­al efforts: you can give your­self a break, drink tea, check mail, call cus­tomers.
  • The peri­od from 12 to 14 o’clock by nature is intend­ed for eat­ing. It is in the WTO time that every­thing eat­en will be digest­ed eas­i­ly and will ben­e­fit. If you skip this lunch time, lat­er the food will be absorbed worse: you will get less ener­gy, and more fat will be deposit­ed on the sides.
  • The most pro­duc­tive peri­od for activ­i­ties of any kind lasts about 5 hours: from 13 to 18. You can work both intel­lec­tu­al­ly and phys­i­cal­ly: it will be effi­cient and not tir­ing.
  • Evening hours, from 7 pm to 9 pm, are already unpro­duc­tive for work. You can devote this time to easy house­hold chores, take a walk, chat with your loved ones and pets.
  • From 21:00 our body goes into rest mode. If you are not yet ready to go to bed, you can watch a light pos­i­tive movie or read a pleas­ant book. It is bet­ter to pro­tect your ner­vous sys­tem from stress, aggres­sion and scenes of vio­lence.
  • At 11 p.m., the time of the Moon comes, when the night lumi­nary shares its cool, health-bear­ing ener­gy. This peri­od lasts only a cou­ple of hours, and by skip­ping it, you will deprive your body of the best time for a night’s rest. Then it will be much more dif­fi­cult to fall asleep, and it will take more time to get enough sleep.

Schemat­i­cal­ly, the opti­mal dai­ly sched­ule of activ­i­ties can be rep­re­sent­ed as fol­lows:

  • Morn­ing — for cre­ativ­i­ty and intel­lec­tu­al break­throughs.
  • Day — for rou­tine, mechan­i­cal affairs.
  • Evening — for relax­ation.
  • Night — for a healthy sleep until dawn.

True, in this sched­ule there is no time for pon­der­ous pedantry and blind­ly fol­low­ing oth­er peo­ple’s advice. Of course, you are guid­ed, first of all, by your body and its fea­tures. Just do not acci­den­tal­ly con­fuse the char­ac­ter­is­tics of the body with your own bad habits, it hap­pens.

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