The , "The early bird catches the " may be true. It means people who wake up early get more done than people who don't. Another is from former U.S. President Benjamin Franklin. He said: "Early to bed, early to rise makes a man , wealthy, and wise." Scientists have found that people who go to before 11pm may do better in than people who sleep around 2:30am. The researchers are from Birmingham's Centre for Human Brain Health in the U.K. Their showed that people who slept and rose (early birds) had an advantage over people who slept and woke up late (night owls). There were in the brain of early birds and night owls.
The scientists tested 38 people in their research. The people answered about their sleeping and when they felt tired during the . They were then put into an early bird or night owl group based on their . All of the people had MRI on their brain and did different tests throughout the day. The early birds said they felt less and were able to do the tests quicker than the night owls. The researchers said there were big differences between the two . The researchers said: "Night owls during have to get up earlier, then they go into work and they have to get up earlier, so they're having to fight against their preferences and natural ."