Monday, June 2, 2014
Waking Up On Time
Some people find that waking up on time every single morning is no problem at all, no matter how late they went to bed the night before (sometimes even waking up on time every morning without setting an alarm!), but while it is painfully true that not everyone is a "morning person" such as those individuals who have no problem getting up on time each morning, it is also true that there are a few things that even those non-morning persons can do to help themselves wake up on time! If you sometimes have a problem with waking up on time, realizing that it all begins with going to sleep on time; if you have a hard time going to sleep on time, realize that you need to change your body's pattern, and rather than doing this by taking a sleeping pill (or something else that will make you drowsy the next day), try forcing yourself to get less sleep than you need one weekend, and see how much easier this makes it for you to go to bed on time that Sunday night! Another thing that will help you is understanding that a lot of people feel tired in the morning because their alarm clock ends up waking them when they are at their deepest point of sleep; in order to prevent this happening to you, think about using a sleep cycle alarm clock, which will wake you up when you are at your lightest point of sleep! Another thing that will help you get up on time is having something you look forward to doing in the morning; rather than waking up and getting ready for work right away, wake up even a little bit earlier and spend some time reading, or drinking coffee in relaxed silence, or doing yoga! It might still take you a while to switch to become a full-fledged "morning person," but when you take these steps, you will start finding that it is a whole lot easier for you to wake up on time, and to have the energy you need as you move into your day!