There is a new alarm clock that is set to ring as well as start a dull light; as the seconds pass the light gets brighter, like a sun rise. This is helpful if you need a light to wake up. This may be expensive but for cheap you can go to Lowe's or Wal-Mart and buy a wall timer. This plugs into a wall socket and then you plug your lamp into it. Whenever you set the timer the lamp will automatically turn on, the light in your eyes will help along with an alarm clock to wake you up.
If you have an iPhone for an alarm clock, set the noise to somebody cursing. You know, that guy on YouTube who yells and he's really angry and stuff. That ought to send you laughing your lungs off, and you won't feel tired anymore. Aren't I a genius? And, for added effect, Put the alarm clock in the room closest to you. That way, you'll have to get up.
schedule one week where you can devote at least 8 hours of sleep prior to getting up . It takes about seven days to establish a habit. this and and an alarm clock blasting music from across the room and not eating sugary snacks before bedtime should do the trick.
whenever you wake up to it, remember that you have places to go and people to meet! that might allow you wake up to the alarm clock. i heard of ones that start of quit but gradually turn louder until you wake up. if you dont already, get one of those!
I struggle with the same thing. There are a bunch of alarm clocks meant to stop the snooze. One will jump off the night stand and roll around. You have to run and catch it. I put the alarm clock across the room and focus on shutting it off and going to enjoy my coffee.