31 Jan How to get out of bed in the morning
Don’t eat or drink alcohol right before bed
Alcohol is a stimulant, so skip the nightcap and eating before you lay down to sleep can cause heartburn or indigestion.
Relax for about 30 minutes before sleep
Let your body power down and get in the mood for bedtime so you’re not wide awake and wired by the time your head hits the pillow.
Put down your electronics and pick up a book or magazine
The light from your devices is bright so it’ll keep your eyes alert and awake. Reach for a quick read instead. That really boring textbook you fall asleep reading every time you pick it up to study? Perfect.
Keep your alarm clock out of reach
Set your alarm to the most annoying sound you can think of, then put it out of reach so you’re forced to get out of bed to turn it off.
Get sun as soon as possible
Sunlight stops melatonin production and helps wake your mind up.
Have something to look forward to in the morning. A sick outfit, gorgeous hairstyle, breakfast, or hangout time with friends.
No, not morning shots, sorry. Drink water: it’ll replenish the water you lost sweating and exhaling while you were asleep
Develop a sleeping pattern
Train yourself to go to bed and wake up at certain times so your body can get used to waking up and shutting down without a struggle.