22. You will feel good
During exercise, your brain makes more endorphins, the “feel-good” neurotransmitters behind a runner’s high. Morning exercise is a great way to start the day on a positive note. You’ll also feel a sense of accomplishment, giving you an optimistic outlook for the day. Exercising in the morning gives your body a healthy kind of fatigue and stress at the end of the day which results in deeper and better sleep.
Also, morning exercises affect not only the quality of your sleep it also helps you get longer rests. Note that exercise is a form of stress. Morning exercise has been found to have other benefits, however. According to the NIFS, working out in the morning can help increase your energy level for the day. Exercise increases oxygen and nutrients throughout your body, which can give you an energy boost.