Waking Up Later In The Colder Months? It’s Not Your Fault. Blame Science!
Written by Greg Bartusiak on October 12, 2020
As the weather gets colder and colder, do you find it harder and harder to drag yourself out of your nice, warm bed in the morning?
It’s not your fault. That’s just science.
According to a new study, it’s harder to get our brains to wake up and activate when it’s cold outside.
Basically, they found the parts of our brain that are normally activated by daylight in the morning get shut back down by the cold . . . so it takes a lot of extra effort to wake up and get out of bed.
So if someone tells you to stop being out late and go to sleep earlier, just blame it on science!