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How do I get up as soon as my alarm rings?
Here are 8 tips to help you get out of bed on your first alarm and never have to push snooze again!
- Set your alarm for the last minute.
- Don’t put your alarm near your bed.
- Put warm, comfy clothes by your alarm clock…
- Drink water and have a small snack.
- Turn on the lights and open the blinds.
- Read an affirmation.
How can I wake my mind up to study?
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- Listen to fast-paced music.
- Get light.
- Do light exercise.
- Take a cold shower.
Why do I struggle to wake up?
Sleep disorders, such as obstructive sleep apnea, or health issues, such as allergies or depression, could be leaving you with poor quality sleep. No matter how hard you try to get to bed on time and wake up on time, you’ll still be tired in the morning and sleepy during the day.
How to wake up to an alarm?
The key to waking up to an alarm is also how you will wake up feeling rested and you’ll hear the alarm on the first ring. It when you set your alarm. You want to wake up after the last REM light sleep. That complete shut down-repair-wake up is considered as one sleep cycle.
How can I use my phone as an alarm clock?
If you use your phone as an alarm, consider downloading an app like Alarmy or Sleep Cycle. They can wake you up during a lighter sleep stage or set you on missions that involve getting out of bed in order to turn off the alarm.
Why can’t I Hear my alarm clock when I Wake Up?
If you have a bad sleep timing and your alarm clock rings right in deep sleep phase, chances are, you can’t hear your alarm clock. After deep sleep, you will enter REM sleep again, then deep sleep, REM sleep, over and over. This cycle repeats multiple times. One cycle usually lasts 90 minutes.
How many times a night should I set my alarm?
It’s suggested to get at least 5 a night. You can do the math or go to Sleep Calculator and it’ll calculate what time to set your alarm to wake or what time to go to sleep. You want to wake just after the last REM and before the next cycle. Timing it right is important.