How To Wake Up Faster In The Morning

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6. Practice getting right out of bed during the day

If you are serious about waking up faster in the morning try practicing during the day. If you need to take a nap set your clock for 30 to 60 minutes, set your alarm, and use a song that will get you out of bed.


7. Check the status of your health

Make an appointment with your physician to see if you have any health issues that are making it difficult for you to get up in the morning. Are you overweight? Do you have diabetes? Could you possibly have sleep apnea? If you have issues make sure you are dealing with them.


8. Put your alarm clock far away

If your alarm clock is too close to you, you will be too tempted to hit the snooze button, turn it off completely, or even throw it against the wall. Move it to another place where you will have to get out of bed to turn it off.


9. Check out some melatonin

Melatonin is a natural supplement that you can get to slowly and quietly get you to sleep. You can find it in the health food store in different types and strengths so you can work with it to see which one works best for you.


10. Get checked for sleep apnea

Sleep apnea may seem just like a condition where you snore very hard but it can be very dangerous, even fatal, because you may end up not breathing for a short period of time. Every time you stop breathing your heart may stop so then it has to restart every time you begin breathing again. You may get a prescription for a C-Pap machine from your doctor.

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  1. Olivia Stone

    May 14, 2017 at 6:06 pm

    hahaha I really need this as I am an night owl. Anyways as I have read in the Consumer Health Digest, I should get at least 7 hour of sleep which I cant get. Yeah I really need to lay off the gadgets at night as the blue light can increase melatonin production

  2. mary ann

    May 30, 2017 at 8:10 am

    I love when I read get at least 7 to 8 hrs of sleep. So what do you do when you go to sleep, close your eyes, clear your mind and nothing happens????? You are wide awake.

  3. Marvin Zinn

    Aug 24, 2017 at 7:44 am

    I only get four to five hours per night, sometimes a few minutes during the day. Anytime I am awake my mind is crammed with tasks I ABSOLUTELY MUST get done, so I might as well get up and finish it or would never sleep at all. (That includes reading these articles I have interest in, and making comments like this.)