• Jack Graves

3 Teeny Tiny Habits That'll Lead To Huge Changes

We all love the little things that make big results. Invest little money and make big profits, exercise little and get abs, study little and pass all the exams.

Sadly, these kinds of things rarely exist. If something is easy, it will hardly bear great fruit. However, there are little things you can adopt in your life that will have a big impact on it.

Simple habits that in the long run change our daily routine completely. They seem so easy that it sounds like a scam, but I assure you they are not.

These three simple habits can change your life if you are consistent in them.

1. Make your bed

There are entire books on this subject. Making your bed each morning has many benefits. Including regulating stress, promoting discipline, and starting the day with more energy.

But it's not just about making your bed, it's about keeping your room tidy.

Being surrounded by a clean environment has strong effects on our mental health. An image of a cluttered room subconsciously causes us stress.

Therefore, keeping your room and workplace tidy promotes your well-being and will make household chores easier.

2. Drink enough water.

This should be one of the simplest tips you can give someone. Drink water. It's like, one of the basic things we have to do to survive.

Although I know that you drink water every day, chances are you are not drinking enough.

You can use track apps to drink water or bottles with measurements throughout the day.

You will be surprised how common it is for you to be dehydrated and not know it. Remember that the amount of water you should drink varies depending on your weight and your daily activities.

In just days you will see changes in your mood, diet, and physical condition.

3. Monitor your sleep

We all know that we should sleep 8 hours on average, right? Well let me tell you, that's a myth.

The average sleep varies for everyone. However, it is always a good idea to control the number of hours you sleep.

Use the 90-minute rule: divide the entire night into 90-minute periods and calculate what time you should go to bed according to the time you should wake up.

Also, take into account that on average it takes us 15 minutes to fall asleep.

If you must wake up at 7:30 am, going back 90 minutes, you must go to sleep at 12. For that, you must go to bed at 11:45 pm.

This way you will make sure you wake up at the end of a sleep cycle and not in the middle. This way you will wake up less tired and with more energy.

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