Getting up in the morning is a mission, especially if it’s in the middle of winter and you want to do is lay in bed and vegetate.
Unfortunately, laying in bed the whole day is only possible on weekends, and during weekdays, we have to drag ourselves out of bed to get to work or school.
So, to make waking up in the morning easier for you, make sure that you sleep for at least 7.5 hours every night. It’s the healthy amount of sleeping hours according to science.
To assist your body with waking up, make sure that you sleep for 7.5 hours and only set your alarm to go off after you’ve completed these hours of sleep.This will ensure that you correct your circadian rhythm and get enough quality rest.
Place your alarm far from your reach so that you’re forced to get out of bed to switch it off.
In this way, you can’t hit the snooze button, not even in midriff sleep. Sometimes I hit the snooze button subconsciously then wake up 2 minutes before the time I’m meant to be in the office *not cool at all*.
Also, if you sleep for 7.5 hours each night, you’ll find yourself waking up without the assistance of an alarm and without feeling tired.
Try it for at least 28 days, and you’ll see that waking up in the morning won’t be such a drag.
*image from Daily Mail.