Can’t Wake up

Tips and tricks on getting out of bed in the morning

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Get to know your internal body clock

Your circadian rhythm is the reason why you feel specifically energized at one time of the day and tired at another part. In general, your body makes changes in anticipation of your going to sleep, such as dropping in temperature and heart rate and secreting melatonin into your bloodstream one to two hours before your regular bedtime. This get-some-sleep cycle peaks at about 3 or 4 a.m., and then your body starts a gradual morning waking-up process.

Get out of bed as soon as possible

Give Yourself a Reason To Wake Up Early

What’s your vision for your extra time when you wake up earlier?

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