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  1. Because there are so-called gunas, so to speak, states of energy. In the morning, especially before sunrise, the mode of goodness is more active. In the evening from 18 to 22 the mode of ignorance, from 22 to 2 o'clock in the morning the mode of passion. Whatever you do in ignorance or passion will not lead you to happiness.

    To make it somehow clear how they work, imagine that you make decisions while intoxicated, and then when you get sober, you think your decision is very stupid. The guna of goodness gives you a pure perception of the situation, while the guna of passion and ignorance cover your consciousness with vanity and illusion, respectively.

    The answer is based on an ancient Yogic treatise — the Bhagavad-Gita.

  2. I once read an article about how metabolic products accumulate in the cerebrospinal fluid during the day and this negatively affects cognitive abilities. And at night, thanks to a special mechanism (I forgot this difficult part from that article, I'm sorry), the cerebrospinal fluid is cleared and thought processes improve. Plus, during sleep, the brain processes all the information received during the day.

  3. Imagine that late in the evening you have a question that needs to be resolved. You think and think, and somehow nothing comes out. The brain is overloaded, it needs rest, and sleep is an excellent remedy. In the morning, you will “think about everything again” with a fresh head, your emotions will go away (which is especially important for quarrels), the “cache will be reset”, and you will be able to look at the situation more objectively.

    Personally, during my time at school, I have repeatedly experienced situations where I spend the whole evening trying to solve a problem, nothing comes out, I go to bed, and the solution comes either before falling asleep or in the morning.

    So the morning of the evening is more complicated.

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