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Most of us are “professionals” at sleeping late at night and still waking up super early in the morning. Jokes aside, setting a proper bedtime, without compromising on sleep, is vital to feeling fresh and energised the next day. Make sure to get at least 7 hours of sleep. Plan th...
Set up a goal that drives you out of bed each morning. Getting out of the comfort of your bed is important. Once you are out, you can make your way up. Goals help you to get out of bed and get started for the day. For example, if exercising in the morning excites you, then make it a habit to exer...
If you wake up with a deep sigh and regretting the choice you made, chances are you are going to slip back into your old habits within a very short period. Embracing the pain of waking up early will allow you to start your day positively. Pain is part of the process. It will take you some time to...
Let in natural light as much as possible. Get some fresh air or sit by a window, get a dose of Vitamin D. If you enjoy drinking coffee, then make a cup and savour it while getting a healthy dose of Vitamin D.
Try limiting the number of screens in the bedroom. Eliminating all of them from our day is almost impossible in this technology-driven age. Instead of reaching for your phone the first thing in the morning, try journaling for a few minutes in the morning. List out the things you are grateful for...
This sounds contradictory to the point before, but if you think of it, you can use technology to beat technology.
Sometimes, we wake up feeling off even after plenty of sleep. That is because our REM (Rapid Eye Movement) cycle has been disrupted. This is the stage where we dream and get th...
Attempt to maintain a consistent bedtime and wake up time. It’s alright to fail. Don’t give up and keep on trying. Remember that you are only human, and it takes some time for our body to get adjusted to change.
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