Who doesn’t love sleep? Like, seriously. We all crave our eight hours of sleep because that’s when peace and serenity consumes our overworked bodies. But, believe it or not, it is being reported that living life as a night owl may have more benefits than you actually think.
Satoshi Kanazawa — an evolutionary teacher from the London School of Economics and Political Science — reported that “more intelligent children are more likely to grow up to be nocturnal adults who go to bed late and wake up late on both weekdays and weekends.” It is also reported that night owls have an incredible amount of strength at night, which is pretty scary. Sounds like these guys are super heroes.
Also, a study from the University of Madrid showed that night owls score higher on inductive reasoning exams.
What may surprise people as well is that the President of the United States is also a night owl.
I’m a night owl. My usual day [is]: I work out in the morning; I get to the office around 9, 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.; work till about 6:30 p.m.; have dinner with the family, hang out with the kids and put them to bed about 8:30 p.m. And then I’ll probably read briefing papers or do paperwork or write stuff until about 11:30 p.m., and then I usually have about a half hour to read before I go to bed … about midnight, 12:30 a.m. — sometimes a little later.
In addition to that, night owls are said to be more alert hours after waking up than morning birds. Which one of you guys are morning owls? Please make sure to SHARE with your friends.