It doesn’t matter how much sleep you get, if you’re not a morning person then having energy in the morning can seem like a myth.

6 AM, the alarm clock rings. You turn it off immediately, and the voice in your head begs for “just 5 more minutes…”. But somewhere deep down you know that there is still a long way to go before you get out of bed. Sounds familiar?

But, mornings don’t have to be something that you dread. In this article, you will find some very effective ways to pop up from your quilt like a rocket. Full of energy and willingness to start a new day!

Set your alarm clock to play your favourite music

Unlike with an annoying alarm clock sound, you won’t even want to push the snooze button! You will just want to dance, and you can’t sleep when you’re dancing, right?

That will help you to ditch the snooze! Does anyone honestly wake up feeling more refreshed after that 5-minute snooze?

When you wake up, get out of bed

When you wake up, sit on the edge of your bed or get up straight away. Getting out of bed is often the hardest part about waking up in the morning. Therefore, you must change the position of your body as the change in physiology itself will change the way you feel

Leave your blinds open

Leaving your blinds open at night will allow the sun to enter your room and wake you up. The sun is also a source of vitamin D, which is a natural source of energy.

Go to sleep and wake up at the same time each day

Holding a regular sleep schedule helps your body get into a natural rhythm. By doing so you will begin to naturally fall asleep and wake up at the same time each day.

Waking up will feel more natural and hence, you will have more energy in the morning

Visualise before you fall asleep

First, imagine the clock, preferably the one you use the most often. Let it be the hour you are about to get up in the morning. Then imagine yourself as you get up, full of energy and wonderfully fresh. You can create an image first, looking at yourself as an observer. Watch yourself as you standing up happy and smiling widely.

Then, imagine the same thing from the perspective of your own eyes. The alarm clock rings, you are opening your eyes and feeling the joy of the coming day. Remember to keep these images alive, moving, very bright and cheerful.

Just 5 minutes of this type of visualisation before falling asleep and the effects will appear very quickly.

Drink a glass of water right after you stand up

A glass of water on an empty stomach actually has a lot of health benefits as well as serving to wake you up. The water will kick start your metabolism and as such you will wake up faster and feel more alert.

Beat the tiredness with exercise

When you wake up feeling exhausted the last thing on your mind is probably going to be exercise. While an extra half an hour in bed may seem like the best solution, exercise may actually help you to feel more awake.

Invigorating the body can eliminate tiredness, and the endorphins that are released from physical activity are likely to put you in a better mood.

Each of these methods works, I checked it on myself – frequently. I am absolutely convinced that you can make your waking up easier and more enjoyable in a short period of time.

And there is one more crucial thing…

Stimulating your mind by doing an inspiring or enjoyable things will give you extra energy. Knowing that you will be doing something that satisfies you will make you more eager to get out of bed in the morning.

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