Skip to main content
Explore URMC

UR Medicine

menu
URMC / Employee Assistance Program / News & Events / UR Medicine EAP Blog / April 2022 / Early Birds Might Be More Productive

Early Birds Might Be More Productive

“I’m a morning person.” “Not me. I work better at night.” Which is better? The jury is back: Research seems to point to early birds being more productive. With over 100 peer-reviewed neuroscience articles, Robert Carter, Ph.D., author of “Morning Mind,” argues that flipping your routine to become a “morning person” will have a profound impact on your life. Research has shown that only an extremely small percentage of people are actually night owls who are more productive at night than during the day—about 1 percent. Among other reasons, research shows that your brain, which has received more body fluid being level all night, is actually prepped for more productivity upon wakening! Source: The Morning Mind

UR Medicine EAP is brought to you by Well-U, helping eligible individuals to assess issues, and provide short-term counseling and referrals.

Kristina Johanson | 4/27/2022

You may also like

No related posts found.