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As soon as you wake up, go outside and get sunlight onto your eyes. (Don't stare directly into the sun.)
Your retinas get more sensitive as the day goes on, and they are less sensitive in the morning. You need to spend about 2 - 10 minutes outside, depending on how bright it is. Getting some sunlight will set your internal clock properly.
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