There are people with two kinds of sleeping habits in this world: early birds and night owls. By now, you’ve probably figured out which one you are. Early risers generally feel prepared for the day when they get out of bed every morning – no yawns in sight. The drawback is that they are the first ones to ditch happy hour.
On the other side, the night owls take their time getting up. But, unlike their early-morning competitors, they can stay up and be aware well into the night. Your sleep pattern, often known as the circadian rhythm, determines whether you’re a night owl or an early bird during a 24-hour day.
If you’re a night owl, like 20% of the world, you’re not alone. Your body clock is not the same as the one established by society that is more in line with early birds.