How to wake up early and not feel tired after sleeping
If you’ve ever wondered how to wake up early in the morning without feeling groggy, you’re not the only one. Most people sleep and the next day get up with a lot of body pains. Here are some tips on how to avoid the morning body pains;
1. Get seven to nine hours’ sleep
Most adults need seven to nine hours of sleep a night but in the generation in which we find ourselves, most adults do not get to sleep up to the normal nine hours. So in order to get better results in the morning work out how much rest you need in order to wake at your chosen hour. Also try go to bed 15 minutes sooner than you normally would.
Studies say that missing out on breakfast can impact your energy levels and ability to focus, but eating early in the morning isn’t something everyone can stomach.
3. Take a cold shower
Cold showers are super-energizing and can make you feel instantly more alert. Cold showers help to reduce absences from work due to sickness.
4. Practice good sleep hygiene
Sleep hygiene includes making sure you follow the same bedtime routine each night, and wake up at the same time each morning. Also, make sure that your room and bed is clean for you to get a good sleep.
5. Watch your caffeine intake
It can take up to ten hours for the effects of caffeine to wear off. If you drink coffee late, then it can keep you awake the whole night. It is for this reason why caffeine should be taken earlier in the day.
6. Avoid eating late
Some people because of their busy schedule eat very late at night and heavily. Once you eat late and you sleep immediately after eating be rest assured that you will wake up with serious body pains. So watch out for what time to have you last meal for the day. Also when you eat make sure not to sleep immediately after eating. Wait for some hours or minutes.