Benjamin Franklin once said, “Early to bed, and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” In all his infinite wisdom, Franklin was right about this as well. A study in 2014 determined that those who go to bed early and wake up early are less likely to be overwhelmed with negative thoughts.
Getting the recommended six to nine hours of sleep each night helps you handle negativity that may arise throughout the day. Going to bed early also enhances your chances of success.
According to Christopher Randler, a biology professor at the University of Education in Heidelberg, Germany, morning people who received the recommended amount of sleep tend to get better grades in school, which leads to acceptance into better colleges and better job opportunities.
All in all, people who go to bed early and wake up early are better equipped to take on the problems of each day.