A new study from the London School of Economics believes that people who struggle to get up in the morning are happier, more creative and smarter than those who don't.
One of the researchers behind the study said that "virtually all species in nature, from single-cell organisms to mammals - including humans - exhibit a daily cycle of activity called circadian rhythm."
"However, humans, unlike other mammalian species, have the unique ability - consciously and cognitively - to override their internal biological clock and its rhythmic outputs. In other words, at least for humans, circadian rhythm is not entirely a matter of genetics."
"Within broad genetic constraints, humans can choose what time to go to bed and get up - choosing to be night owls or morning larks."
The study also found that people who struggled getting up were also more ambitious and even earned more money.
So if you're finding it hard to get up and out of bed each morning, just think - you might be a genius in the making!