Early riser or night owl? How many hours do you sleep? Does it really matter? Well here’s a few truths

  1. Women need more sleep due to all their multi tasking  unlucky men ? . Professor Horne at Loughborough university said “women’s brains are wired differently, more complex” eeek, so sleep is needed slightly  more.
  2. Early morning risers have been found to be more productive yet have high levels of cortisol patterns
  3. Night owls are the most creative and in a study in Madrid proved to be more intelligent through reasoning tests ✌️ So you decide! Whichever it is there’s a benefit! Personally I’m a night owl and an early riser!

Which are you? I’d love to hear your routine


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