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Your harsh-sounding alarm might be making you groggy all morning. Try a melodic one instead

https://www.fastcompany.com/90459356/your-harsh-sounding-alarm-might-be-making-you-groggy-all-morning-try-a-melodic-one-instead

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Your harsh-sounding alarm might be making you groggy all morning. Try a melodic one instead
Whether you set your morning alarm to twinkle or crystals or ripples really matters: People who use melodic, song-like alarms avoid dreaded "sleep inertia," the grogginess and low-arousal of the brain that can stretch up to four hours after waking.

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Prevent Brain Disorientation

The sudden 'beep beep' morning alarm can lead to grogginess and disorientation of the brain, which can impact our work. This impact can be quite serious for workers with jobs that require constant alertness.
Morning alarms which are melodic and gently gain the attention of the brain work best to wake us up softly, without any jarring effect on the brain.

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