I myself use to have the problem of wanting to get up in the morning, always wanting to catch a few extra z’s before heading off to school. This wasn’t always so, as in the military, you are required to wake up early for various reasons. However, waking up early can be beneficial in many ways.
One way that waking up early can be beneficial to your work productivity. In 2010, Biologist Christoph Randler conducted a study which measured the productivity of a group of 367 students, he came to the conclusion that mornings people are more able to become productive. A few variable that come form this are that more sleep is able to be obtained, as well as having more time to complete work ( Morning People Are Productive people, Docuslide).
Another benefit to being an early bird is the possibility of having better grades. According to WebMD, a study that was carried out by Dr. Daniel Taylor at the University of North Texas, found that that people who were considered early birds had a higher gpa than those that were not early birds ( Early Birds Get Better Grades, WebMD). Again a few factors or variables can be seen here as well, such as the possibility that since there are fewer distractions in the morning than in the evening, a person can be more focused on what is required to get done.
Overall , while the choice of waking early is a personal choice, I can say that it works for me because I have made it part of my routine. obviously when anyone tries to become a morning person, it will be difficult, but It is very much worth it once you are accustomed to it.