Morning Mistakes

3 Common Morning Mistakes to Avoid

Having a good morning routine sets the foundation for your entire day, affecting your productivity, energy levels, and more. Unfortunately, it’s easy to fall into bad habits that sabotage your day, especially if you’re spending more time at home these days. Turn your mornings around and make your entire day better by avoiding these morning mistakes.

Mistake #1 – Eating a Sugary Breakfast
Starting your day with a sugary breakfast sets you up for a day of blood sugar ups and downs. That sugar gives you quick energy by spiking blood sugar, but by mid-morning you’ll be feeling like you lost your energy, making you moody and hungry before lunchtime. A sugary breakfast and the blood sugar rollercoaster sets you up to eat more calories throughout your day, too. Skip the sugar and go for a breakfast that includes plenty of protein and healthy, complex carbs.

Mistake #2 – Failing to Have a Set Wakeup Time
One morning you get up at 6:00 am, another morning you hit snooze for half an hour, and another morning you sleep in until eight. If you’re not staying consistent with your wake-up times, it can lead to negative physical and mental effects. The body likes to stay on a natural sleep cycle of going to bed and waking up at around the same time each day. Skip the snooze button in the mornings and try to stick with a set wake-up time most days.

Mistake #3 – Drinking Too Much Caffeine
While you probably think you can’t make it through your day without that caffeine jump-start, drinking too much caffeine is a problem. Caffeine is a stimulant, and too much can have unpleasant side effects. Starting your day with too much coffee or other caffeinated beverages can leave you feeling anxious, dealing with insomnia at night, upset your stomach, or even leave you addicted.

Starting the day right is essential to being productive and energetic, and avoiding these mistakes can help. Make sure you add Prevagen to the start of your day, too. It boosts memory and brain health, and it’s pharmacist-recommended, so you can take it with peace of mind.


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