I go to sleep early. Then I set 2 alarms. One for get up time and one an hour earlier. When the hour earlier one goes off I I hit the snooze button and drift back asleep. I keep doing that until the get up one goes off. It gives me time to wake up.
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Most people think it depends on how early you fall asleep, or setting an alarm clock. (I disagree, I like sleeping late and staying up late) I read an article once, though, and it says eating apples or fruit actually helps your body wake up. I would suggest apples (or any other fruit, veggie you have) or eggs (good nutrition to start the day) with a cold glass of milk. Hope this helps!
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Last edited at 7:47PM on 8/19/2013
Set a good sleep pattern where you go to bed and wake up at the same time every day. It may also help to take a slightly cooler shower than you normally would when you wake up, if you don't have time for a shower you can splash cool water on your face instead. Hope this helps, JMart
I usually take a shower. When its cold in winter I wake up really quickly because it is really cold and I want to take a warm shower. And also the water will wake u up. If u dont have time for showers put cold water on ur wrists and face it is supposed to help.
well the best way is too drink a glass of milk before u sleep to help u sleep fast and to do to bed early so u will be energized and putting on an alarm clock. If u do this for a long time u will get used to it and it wont be a problem. That is what I do. It works.
The thing is, if you set an alarm, it interrupts your natural sleep cycle making you tired and groggy. I think that the most sensible thing to do is TRY your best to go to sleep as early as possible then you will naturally wake up early. If you wake up in the middle of the night, don't worry: it's natural. Just go back to sleep and you'll be fine in the morning, fresh and early. Good luck!
I like music, but don't hit snooze on your alarm clock because you wake up, and then start to fall back asleep, and when you wake up again you will have started your sleep cycle and will be more tired than if you just get up right away
Think about the desired time you want to wake up, take a mental picture of it, and tell your brain to stop dreaming at that time, and BOOM you're awake. Works every time. But hurry, this is a limited time offer.
Maintain a sleep schedule and follow it regularly and gradually you'll get perfected. For me I automatically wakeup early in the morning during exams and on other normal day's I'd sleep till I feel like waking up.