A majority of the most successful people out there are known to get up way before the crack of dawn. How do they manage it? Should “the night owls” try to conform or continue blissfully marching to the beat of their own late-night drum? Unfortunately, you’re better off switching to a morning routine. How to do this? We’re about to share a few secrets with you.
Don’t change your sleeping pattern overnight 3:03
Make your environment suitable for a good night’s rest 3:27
There are devices out there to help you out 4:06
Do not hit the “snooze” button 4:48
Recruit allies 5:46
Trick your body into getting up early 6:18
Give yourself a reason to get up 6:45
Avoid naps during the day 7:52
Steer clear of stimulants after 3PM 8:25
Remember that your bed is only for sleep 8:45
– Once you’ve established how many hours of sleep your body needs, you then wanna shift your sleep schedule back. That is, go to bed earlier to wake up earlier.
– Give your body time to adjust. Get up just 15 minutes earlier each day until you reach your goal.
– Block out all the light in the room. That means your curtains shouldn’t let in any light from the street. Also, switch off all electronic devices in the room.
– You could try a white noise machine. These things effectively block out background noises like sirens, traffic, car alarms, or even loud neighbors.
– After you set your alarm in the evening, put your phone or alarm clock somewhere out of reach.
– If you still have problems showing your alarm clock who’s boss, try involving someone who can help you wake up.
– Drink a full glass of water each evening before bed. When your alarm clock starts to ring, your awakening body will immediately inform you of its discomfort.
– Sometimes you just need some external motivation. One way to do that is to schedule some important thing, like a job interview or a dentist appointment, for an early morning.
– If after an especially strenuous day, you feel like you’re about to fall over if you don’t close your eyes for just a minute, then go ahead and have a short snooze. But limit your naps to under 15 minutes.
– Steer clear of stimulants after 3PM. That means no soda, coffee, or energy drinks in the late afternoon.
– You shouldn’t work or watch TV in bed. If you use your bed for things other than sleep, your brain starts to associate it with wakefulness.
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