There is a saying by Benjamin Franklin goes “early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise”. It is true that waking up early does have benefits that make it a worthwhile goal, such as encouraging healthier eating habits and better proactivity.

For many, waking up in the morning can be tough. But fret not, we’ve got some incredible tricks that can make getting out of bed easier. Try these tips out and see which works best for you.

1.  Force yourself out of bed

I-Cant-Wake-Up-Alarm-ClockTo prevent yourself from hitting the snooze button, you can try placing your alarm across your room, far enough that you have to get up and off your alarm. Or else you could try creative alarm clock apps that will be sure to wake you up, such as I Can’t Wake Up! Alarm Clock and Wake N Shake. These alarm apps require you to perform some tasks before the alarm shuts off.

2. Turn off all of your electronics at least an hour before bed


Leave the laptop, the smartphone, and whatever other gadgets you have at least 60 minutes before bed. This is going to help relax your body and prime it for sleep as the blue light that comes from your electronic devices can impair natural melatonin production, delaying drowsiness and keeping you up later at night.

3. Working out in the morning


By working out in the morning you will find that your energy levels much higher throughout the day. Besides it also get you out of bed and you won’t have to trudge to the gym after a long day of work.

4. Have something to anticipate – a good breakfast!


When your brain anticipates something like your favourite food, it triggers the release of dopamine, which gives you the extra push to wake up and eat your favourite breakfast. So plan your breakfast ahead.

5. Sleep and at the same time every night

Reasons and How to Get a Better Good Night Sleep

Stick to a sleep schedule of the same bedtime and wake up time, even on the weekends. A consistent sleep-wake schedule helps promote better sleep at night and reduces the likelihood of sleep problems.

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