Formula for the perfect start to the day

The formula for the perfect start to the day is: get out of bed at 7:12, exercise for exactly 21 minutes, shower for 10 minutes, then eat breakfast for 18 minutes.

  • Four very specific instructions came from a survey of 2,000 people in the UK.
  • The results were analyzed by Dr. Ann-Marie Imafidon of the British Science Association.
  • The math genius who hosted Countdown said, “It’s a great tool.”
  • A study paid for by a cereal firm inevitably showed that breakfast takes a long time.

To start the day right, get out of bed at 7:12 am and exercise for exactly 21 minutes.

To feel fun instead of grumpy, spend ten minutes in the shower and then eat breakfast for 18 minutes.

These specific instructions come from a survey of 2,000 people in the UK analyzed by mathematician Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, president-elect of the British Science Association, who developed the formula for the best morning routine.

Average responses indicate that the optimal shower time is ten minutes, with people preferring eight hours in bed, waking up at 6:44, waking up at 7:12, and having breakfast at 7:25.

Dr. Imafidon, who filled in for Rachel Riley on the Countdown quiz, said, “This formula is a great tool. Combining different elements should be the key to getting out of bed on the right side.”

The very specific instructions were based on a survey of 2,000 Britons analyzed by a math genius.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, in a study from a cereal firm, the formula most affected by how much time we spend eating breakfast.

Nearly two-thirds of people say it’s important to set them up for the day, with the average breakfast time being 18 minutes.

To calculate whether your daily routine will lift your spirits, double the time you spend eating breakfast and then add in the minutes spent exercising and showering. Now calculate the difference between how long you slept and the optimal eight hours – 1.5, for example, if you have six and a half hours – and the difference in hours between when you woke up and 7:12 in the morning – one if you are awake. at 8:12 am.

The total minutes for breakfast (double), exercise and shower is divided by the amount based on sleep and wake time. Now add in the minutes spent doing things like reading the newspaper or doing crossword puzzles by dividing that number by two.

The number you get should be above 37 if you have the best morning routine.

A study commissioned by Special K Crunchy Oat Granola found that 29% of people regularly “wake up on the wrong side of the bed” and remain grumpy until 11am.