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Are you a person whose first thing in the morning is a scroll through your smart phone 📱🤔

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When we wake up our brain and subconscious mind is most fresh and at a state of peak calmness and receptivity

So what we consume this moment matters and set the tone for the day


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In most cases using mobile phone /social media as a first thing in the morning can have a higher chance of exposing your brain to a plethora of information (good and bad)


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And in majority cases this information binge can have a negative effect in the form of restlessness, overwhelming, stress, anxiety, higher chance of distractions throughout the day, less productive, FOMO


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Do This Instead

Use alarm clock..... involve in exercise... meditation or yoga or any activities that make you mindfull..some kind of to do list or a plan for your day...


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