Warm bed, blanket and over sleeping are what we all love. It is so much easier to cuddle deep into the covers when your alarm goes off. Getting out of bed early in the morning is the hardest thing for most people. As the winter arrives, the first thought is, how to get out of bed easier.
We bring you the best tips to get out of bed more easily, even in the winter.
Drink a glass of water
Drink one glass of water as soon as you wake up. Thinking why? A glass of water can help in stimulating the body and it keeps you awake.
Keep the alarm away from your reach
By keeping your alarm across the room, it will help wake you up more easily. You will have to get out of your bed to put off the alarm, the movement creates a burst of energy and you feel active instantly. Once you get up, do not try to go back to bed, if you do, chances are you will fall back to sleep.
Go to the bathroom as soon as you wake up
Yes it’s true! Don’t believe us? Try it for yourself. Go to the bathroom when you get out of your bed. It instantly wakes you up. Make sure you drink lots of water before you sleep, so when you wake up, you will want to go to the bathroom the minute you open your eyes.
Moreover, it’s recommended that you take a shower first thing in the morning as the water and change in temperature gets your blood circulation flowing. Get dressed after taking a shower, you will feel fresh and active.
Plan for the next day
Think about what you have to do when you wake up. It’s hard to relax when you have things on your mind. It helps you wake up in the morning. Not just waking up but it’s good to plan for the next day, so set goals for each day.
Set a timer for lights
Lack of light makes it difficult to rise early in winters. It’s a good idea to set a timer on your bedside lamp. The moment your lamp turns on or gets brighter, you will wake up. But do not turn it off, if you do so you will go back to sleep. Try to sit upright on your bed. It will help you in waking up.
Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
Don’t forget it and be among the early risers.