Time it Right

March 17, 2007 4:04am CST
Most older people think more clearly in the morning; most younger people, in the afternoon. Figure out your own best "thinking time" and reserve it for your most challenging brain.
2 responses
• Philippines
17 Mar 07
Hi, ansarisafety! My brain function well in the morning until early afternoon. But after that, it seeks for rest a few hours and then functions again at night, at late night, too.
17 Mar 07
Interesting. I've never heard that older people think more clearly in the a.m. and younger people in the afternoon. Where did you get this information and how did they come to this conclusion? I definitely think better at night. I am not a morning person, so am usually groggy and easily distracted. I hit another low point in late afternoon where I usually become tired and lazy. However, come 8PM I start to wake up again and am usually at my best at night and into the wee hours of the morning.