These instructions will help you with how to wake up early and avoid oversleeping in the morning. Many people have serious difficulties getting up in time. People are unable or unwilling to fall asleep and then don’t get out of bed in the morning because of constant fatigue. Getting up on time is important for you for several reasons.
For most people, the day starts when it gets bright. Shops, offices, doctors open up early in the morning, most appointments are booked early in the morning, because it is expected that everyone is already awake at this time.
If you have a job with fixed working hours, it is a clear advantage over the tough competition in the job market if you are an early riser. It convinces the boss right from the start that you are not late for work and are serious about the job. Qualities for early risers should, therefore, be mentioned in the interview.
If you get up earlier, you will get tired more quickly at the end of the day. This is because you have spent a long time awake and working and the human body then needs to rest. The advantage is that you go to bed early to get up earlier in the morning. Great, is it not?
Here are some tips on How To Wake Up Early :
1. Don’t drink coffee before going to bed
The coffee contains caffeine, which constricts the veins and pumps the red blood cells into the brain, which keeps you awake. When you are awake, it is difficult to sleep and without sleep, there is no getting up early the next morning.
2. Always sleep in a bed or at least in a horizontal posture
Falling asleep at the desk is bad because waking up having pain in the neck or banging your head on the edge of the table, associates the subconscious with painful experiences when you wake up. This sort of wrong conditioning leads to not being motivated to get up earlier.
3. Set alarm clock
An alarm clock is a great thing when it comes to getting up. This can artificially shorten the natural sleep time. The alarm clock gives you a reliable signal to end the night’s sleep early. Alarm clocks are available on many devices such as cell phones or radios.
4. Close your eyes before falling asleep and turn off the light
International studies have proven it and nature wanted it to be like this. Sleep with your eyes closed and mostly in the dark. Closing both eyes shut also favors the effect of darkness.
5. Decrease the volume
For some reason, a rested and relaxing sleep is also promoted by a lack of volume. Absolute silence is an ideal condition at night. Problems with falling asleep can also arise with overhearing loud conversations.
6. Focus on Sleeping
There is no multitasking when sleeping, not even for women. You have to consciously choose what you want to do. In case of doubt and if you are already in bed, the decision should be made to sleep and not using the phone in-between. Don’t get involved in anything else when you in bed except sleep.
7. Set the correct wake-up time
If you use an alarm clock to wake up, care should be taken to set the correct time. The setting for a wake-up time three hours earlier than is actually necessary is exaggerated and overshot. You shouldn’t get up earlier than needed because then you have too much time in the morning until you have to do something.
8. Wake up at the first alarm
The problem with getting up early is usually that after the first alarm clock rings, you press the snooze button with a good feeling. You then feel so wonderfully under control that you can still sleep for five more minutes because you know that your alarm will ring again in 5 minutes and will reliably get you out of bed in five minutes.
This inner voice in the morning has greater value because it comes from the deepest instinct regions of humans. The cells just don’t feel like starting the metabolic day. This is what your head tells you in the morning with the seriousness of a politician.
The other mistake is to pretend that when the alarm clock rings, you can make a conscious decision. You decide to extend your sleeping time by three five-minute snooze extensions. The solution is to get up immediately when the alarm clock rings. Any inner voices should not be heard at this time, because it is impossible to take yourself seriously at this time. Ignore and get up.
9. Train to be an early riser
If you really want to be confident that you just get up early when the alarm clock rings, you have to train the brain. You can train it like you train a dog.
When the alarm goes off, get up immediately and get dressed/shower/breakfast or whatever you do after sleep. Do this exercise every day and preferably 10 times in a row. As long as an inner voice gives instructions, it is not in the subconscious. Practice until the inner voice is silenced. With this method, you automatically wake up when the alarm clock rings regardless of any thoughts.
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10. Breath in fresh air and exercise
Immediate, deep inhalation and stretching and stretching supply the internal and external blood veins with the vital oxygen. Oxygen together with fat, causes hormones to be released in the posterior lobe of the brain and thus creates an incredibly good mood and a great deal of motivation to start the day. A little exercise in the morning will also help you stay fit in the long term.
11. Have a really good breakfast
A good breakfast is the be-all and end-all of the early risers. You can look forward to something right away and have the energy for the whole day. A good breakfast includes coffee, eggs, lots of fruits and proteins. As a result, Dark circles and signs of fatigue disappear.
Applying all these tips to wake up early will not only help you throughout the day but also have positive impacts on the long term health. So what are your tricks to get up early?