In the morning, it can be difficult to get out of bed and start your day, but how do your make mornings more tolerable?
Organise everything the night before
Before going to bed the night before, organising everything you need for work or going out will help you get out of the house quicker in the morning. If you are more organized the night before it results in your becoming less stressed in the mornings, especially when you have just gotten out of bed.
Picking out your clothes and any accessories the night before and lay them out so there’s easy to grab after you wake up is a method to help you get the house as quick as possible - especially if you are late!
When using an alarm clock before to bed, making sure you set up the alarm in 1.5-hour intervals is important for your sleep cycle. Using this alarm clock smart way to incorporate a clock and a lamp for your bedside table.
As well as setting up your alarm clocks, placing the clock across the room will help you get out of bed, even if it’s just to turn off the alarm. When you are out of bed to turn your alarm off, it is harder to get back to sleep and you might as well stay awake, once you are walking around your home.
Especially, if you find it harder to wake up in the morning, you can use a selection of mobile phone apps ranging from alarms to doing multiple activities to assist with waking up and not falling back to sleep.
In the morning, eating breakfast will help your metabolism moving which will also help increase energy and get yourself moving. The phrase “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” is true because it will decrease hunger and cravings throughout the day.
During and around the morning, before you go to work, doing something you enjoy will help wake you up further and enjoy the rest of your day. As well as enjoying your day further, eating breakfast will further increase your memory and concentration when spending time to eat a high-quality breakfast.