15 tricks to help you get up easily in the morning

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Who­ev­er you con­sid­er your­self to be — a “lark”, “owl” or “dove”, with the right dai­ly rou­tine, you will turn into … a per­son. Who wakes up eas­i­ly, greets the dawn with joy, and is cheer­ful and ener­getic through­out the day.

Does this sound like fan­ta­sy to you? So you haven’t tried our life hacks yet!

1. Go to bed earlier

1. Go to bed earlier

Falling asleep ear­ly is much more dif­fi­cult than wak­ing up “pep­py.” But if you go to bed well after mid­night, wak­ing up ear­ly is out of the ques­tion. An organ­ism that has not had time to ful­ly relax will put a “spike in the wheel” for you, mak­ing you sleepy and cher­ish­ing the desire to rearrange the alarm clock for anoth­er 15 min­utes.

2. Just get up

What­ev­er excus­es you come up with for your­self, being late for work again, the point is most like­ly that you could not bring your­self to … get out of bed. Just get up, take 3 steps away from bed, and then go to the bath­room to wash and fresh­en up.

Did you know?

Lead­ing speak­er in the Unit­ed States, who is invit­ed by large com­pa­nies to con­duct moti­va­tion­al sem­i­nars for their employ­ees, writer Hal Elrod I am sure that every morn­ing you need to start with self-devel­op­ment. He per­son­al­ly prac­tices med­i­ta­tion, affir­ma­tions and visu­al­iza­tion. All of the above helps him get up ear­li­er and feel bet­ter.

3. Avoid Gadgets Before Bed

3. Avoid Gadgets Before Bed

Leav­ing your smart­phone on the shelf and refus­ing to browse social net­works late at night, you make time for the most impor­tant thing — a good rest.

Think: noth­ing mat­ters if you don’t get enough sleep. So why, with our own hands, deprive our­selves of sleep? More­over, today pleas­ant dreams are one of the few plea­sures avail­able to every­one.

4. Set your alarm in the right place

Got up on the wrong foot again? Per­haps because you low­ered these very legs from the bed too late. Make them act faster! The alarm bell rang — you went to turn it off. Ide­al­ly — to the far cor­ner of the room or even beyond it, so that you wake up for sure.

On a note!

Amer­i­can writer and jour­nal­ist Ernest Hem­ing­way said that he was best able to write works ear­ly in the morn­ing.

5. Give yourself time to wake up

Only super­men, jump­ing out of bed, are ready to help peo­ple and save the world from myth­i­cal mon­sters. Ordi­nary peo­ple still need time to wake up. Get up 15 min­utes ear­li­er to get your thoughts in order — read a book, med­i­tate, take a walk in the fresh air, or draw a plan for build­ing a new house.

Some­times it is even use­ful to look at social net­works, but only on the con­di­tion that it is real for 5–10 min­utes, and sole­ly in order to wake up. It’s no secret that some news has a bet­ter effect than the loud­est alarm clock.

6. Take a sip of water

6. Take a sip of water

The body los­es a lot of flu­id dur­ing the night, which, in the con­di­tions of hot air in a room that is well heat­ed in win­ter or dry in sum­mer, is fraught with dehy­dra­tion. Place a bot­tle of clean water by the bed. And at the wake of the alarm, take a cou­ple of sips.

Did you know?

Gor­geous Jen­nifer Anis­ton con­sid­ers him­self an “owl”. She repeat­ed­ly turned to doc­tors to help her learn to get up ear­li­er. But in the end, she helped her­self: every morn­ing she drinks water with lemon and med­i­tates for 20 min­utes.

7. Forget coffee

The one who drinks cof­fee in the morn­ing is not act­ing wise­ly. At least in terms of sci­ence. First­ly, too much cof­fee has the oppo­site effect, pro­vok­ing the devel­op­ment of stress and com­plete­ly depriv­ing you of strength. Sec­ond­ly, wake-up tea works much bet­ter.

The invig­o­rat­ing effect of cof­fee lasts for 4 hours, and of green tea — almost twice as long. That’s because tea con­tains “tea caf­feine” — theine, which is milder and works bet­ter. The main thing is not to save on an invig­o­rat­ing drink by buy­ing cheap tea bags. Allow your­self the best in the morn­ing!

8. Get your hands on ice

Cos­met­ic ice is a great way to wake up the skin, tone it up and pro­vide a slight blush. But it is also a guar­an­teed way to cheer up. And for women — to tight­en the breasts and make the décol­leté area beau­ti­ful.

Did you know?

car­o­line Burkle, Amer­i­can swim­mer, Olympic medal­ist wakes up at 5:30, eats an ener­gy bar and starts jog­ging, swim­ming and strength train­ing. And only twice a week she allows her­self to sleep until 7 in the morn­ing.

9. Release endorphins

9. Release endorphins

Gush­ing with “hor­mones of joy” in the morn­ing seems like an impos­si­ble task. But the bot­tom line is that you can stim­u­late the body to do this. For exam­ple, tak­ing a con­trast show­er. The alter­na­tion of cool and warm water gives vig­or, becomes an excel­lent gym­nas­tics for blood ves­sels, guar­an­tees fresh­ness and vig­or.

By the way, it has been proven that a con­trast show­er helps to cope with the man­i­fes­ta­tions of cel­lulite. True, for this it is advis­able to con­nect a mas­sage with a mit­ten with a scrub or an anti-cel­lulite agent to it, and do not for­get to rub the skin after it.

10. Cook a delicious breakfast

If you know that a roy­al­ly laid table awaits you in the kitchen, it will be much eas­i­er to get out of bed. What will be for break­fast is up to you. You can fol­low the exam­ple of the French to enjoy fresh­ly brewed tea with crois­sants, how the Israelis cook shak­shu­ka, or how the Ital­ians boil pas­ta.

It is worth not­ing that what­ev­er you choose, break­fast is unlike­ly to be deposit­ed on the thighs and but­tocks, because the day is just begin­ning and you will have time to “burn fat”.

On a note!

For ambi­tious peo­ple, get­ting up ear­ly is the key to suc­cess. Yes, Apple CEO Tim Cook wakes up at 3:45 a.m. and Pres­i­dent of Wealth Man­age­ment Mer­ill Lynch Sal­ly Kraw­chek — at 4 in the morn­ing.

11. Motivate yourself

With­out good moti­va­tion, it is unlike­ly that all of the above will bear fruit. Just think: why do you have to get up ear­ly?

Per­haps it will help you move up the career lad­der, get your fig­ure in order by mak­ing time for a run, or meet your loved one while slow­ly going to work, and not flash­ing your heels in a hur­ry? Every task should have a mean­ing, find it for your­self!

12. Try to sleep during the day

12. Take a nap during the day

Spe­cial­ists Uni­ver­si­ty of Cal­i­for­nia at Irvine, USA have proven that even 20 min­utes of naps in the mid­dle of the day increase the sharp­ness of think­ing, improve mem­o­ry and help fight stress. And they are guar­an­teed to improve mood.

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On a note!

Dis­ney CEO Robert Iger wakes up at 4.30 to do what he loves — read news­pa­pers, lis­ten to music or play sports.

13. Switch to public transport

Sur­pris­ing­ly, many busi­ness­men and suc­cess­ful peo­ple do this. When it takes sev­er­al hours to get to work due to traf­fic jams, a trip to the sub­way will be a great solu­tion, sav­ing time and effort.

The freed min­utes can be added to a night’s sleep or tak­en to sports. By the way, sit­ting in the trans­port you can even take a nap, the main thing is not to over­sleep your stop.

14. Review your diet

Sounds bor­ing, but stud­ies pub­lished in Jour­nal of Clin­i­cal Sleep Med­i­cineshowed that peo­ple who adhere to a healthy diet fall asleep on aver­age in 17 min­utes, and those who allow them­selves excess­es — with­in two hours, and their dreams are super­fi­cial and often inter­rupt­ed.

Did you know?

“What good will I do today?”, the Amer­i­can politi­cian, diplo­mat asked him­self every morn­ing. Ben­jamin Franklin. He liked to get up ear­ly and believed that this helped him to be healthy, rich and wise.

15. Make an appointment with the doctor

15. Make an appointment with the doctor

If drowsi­ness and apa­thy are your usu­al morn­ing com­pan­ions, make an appoint­ment with your doc­tor. This may be the first sign of a health prob­lem. The doc­tor will help iden­ti­fy the prob­lem, and time­ly treat­ment will allow you to for­get about it for­ev­er.

Expert com­ment

Vladimir Plakhotin, plas­tic sur­geon

To get up eas­i­ly in the morn­ing, you first need to estab­lish a reg­i­men of work and rest, espe­cial­ly sleep. We all sin because we like to stay up late on social net­works or watch­ing TV, and beau­ty, as you know, requires sac­ri­fice. There­fore, the cor­rect mode and the rejec­tion of the end­less use of gad­gets will ben­e­fit every­one.

It has been proven that the blue light from gad­gets — HEV (High-Ener­gy Vis­i­ble Light) is the cause of pre­ma­ture skin aging and sleep prob­lems. HEV belongs to the blue region of the spec­trum and for this rea­son is con­sid­ered to be high ener­gy. The harm to the skin of blue light from gad­gets is com­pa­ra­ble to ultra­vi­o­let radi­a­tion — it destroys col­la­gen, elastin and pro­motes the for­ma­tion of free rad­i­cals. More­over, it dis­rupts the pro­duc­tion of mela­tonin, and there­fore, peo­ple who like to spend time on a lap­top or tablet often have prob­lems sleep­ing. As a result, they con­stant­ly look swollen and not get­ting enough sleep, not to men­tion the fact that the habit of squint­ing while look­ing at the screen of the gad­get leads to the pre­ma­ture for­ma­tion of wrin­kles in the peri­or­bital zone.

If you want to get up eas­i­ly in the morn­ing and look good, go to bed no lat­er than 12 am. It is at this time that the hor­mone mela­tonin, which is impor­tant for any per­son, is released into the blood, the task of which is to reg­u­late the endocrine sys­tem, nor­mal­ize blood pres­sure, strength­en the immune func­tions of the body, and also slow down the aging process. In gen­er­al, healthy and sound sleep gives us the oppor­tu­ni­ty to relax, recharge with new ener­gy, and restart vital process­es in the body. It is not worth neglect­ing these oppor­tu­ni­ties that nature has giv­en us to the detri­ment of our health.

Remem­ber that our lifestyle and nutri­tion also affect the con­di­tion of the epi­der­mis and appear­ance in the morn­ing. There­fore, the pres­ence of bad habits and an unbal­anced diet do not have the best effect on how we look, caus­ing dry skin and the appear­ance of pre­ma­ture wrin­kles.

Do not eat smoked meats, pick­les and do not drink water 1–2 hours before bed­time — all this leads to swelling in the morn­ing. To main­tain good health and youth­ful­ness, ven­ti­late the room before going to bed. In the cold sea­son, it is rec­om­mend­ed to turn on a humid­i­fi­er before going to bed or put a wet tow­el on the bat­tery.

Avoid using syn­thet­ic bed­ding. And most impor­tant­ly, do not sleep with your nose buried in a pil­low or in a pose on your side — this way you are guar­an­teed to find new wrin­kles or creas­es on your face. For sleep, it is bet­ter to use an ortho­pe­dic pil­low, the sec­ond one can be put under your feet — this will avoid pos­si­ble swelling in the morn­ing.

Expert com­ment

Yulia Orlo­va, train­er, psy­chol­o­gist, hyp­nother­a­pist

With the devel­op­ment of civ­i­liza­tion and elec­tri­fi­ca­tion, we are not as depen­dent on the sun as our ances­tors were. Life is in full swing almost around the clock, and falling asleep ear­ly can be as dif­fi­cult as wak­ing up ear­ly. There­fore, the first thing you should pay atten­tion to is the time of going to bed. Go to bed tonight — i.e. until 23:59. If you have prob­lems falling asleep, yoga comes to the res­cue.

Accord­ing to yoga, we have a lunar (night) chan­nel that runs along the left side of the spine. When acti­vat­ed, the body relax­es, recov­ers and relieves fatigue. To acti­vate the moon chan­nel, lie on your right side and breathe in and out a few times through your left nos­tril to help her breathe eas­i­er.

And for eas­i­er awak­en­ing — on the con­trary, turn on your left side and take a few breaths and exha­la­tions through your right nos­tril so that it breathes eas­i­er. This will acti­vate the day chan­nel and help the body wake up.

To make it eas­i­er to open your eyes, I rec­om­mend any drops for dry eyes. And be sure to drink a few sips of water in the morn­ing. Keep it on your bed­side table. Hydra­tion will help the cells wake up.

In Rus­sia, the length of day­light hours varies great­ly, depend­ing on the sea­son. Many note that in win­ter they “hiber­nate”, can­not wake up, and in sum­mer, espe­cial­ly on vaca­tion, on the con­trary, they wake up with the singing of birds and the first rays of the sun.

Mod­ern gad­gets will per­fect­ly help lev­el the win­ter dark­ness: the light alarm clock imi­tates the sun­rise and pro­vides a nat­ur­al awak­en­ing, thanks to the grad­u­al­ly increas­ing bright­ness of the light. You can use any smart alarm clock that tracks your sleep pat­terns and wakes you up into REM sleep, when you wake up most eas­i­ly and phys­i­o­log­i­cal­ly.

Also, “owl­ness” can be the result of psy­cho­log­i­cal trau­ma in child­hood: the child wakes up ear­ly and runs to play with his par­ents. Par­ents are sleep­ing, the child sees that he is not wel­come and makes an uncon­scious child­ish deci­sion: “in order to be loved, I must sleep longer and not inter­fere with my par­ents.” With this top­ic — to the psy­chol­o­gist.

In psy­chother­a­py, the trau­ma is opened and worked out, and the per­son eas­i­ly returns to his nor­mal rhythms — he turns from an “owl” into a “lark”.

And final­ly: lis­ten to your­self, your body! It knows exact­ly what is best for you.

By Yraa

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