How to Wake Up Early and Not Feel Tired

How to Wake Up Early and Not Feel Tired

How to wake up early and not feel tired?

Becoming an early riser is difficult. Last night you watched a great video that inspired you to wake up early. You set your alarm clock to 5 AM. Boom… you hit that snooze button five times and told yourself, ”Just one more snooze. Just 10 minutes. I will wake up.” That happens to everyone who starts this habit.

How many times have you heard, ”Oh, I’m a night owl.” The biggest reason that they don’t wake up early is that they have formed a habit and they don’t have a discipline.

But waking up early will change your life. You will be more productive and more disciplined. These two traits are essential if you want to be successful.

So today we’re going over on how to wake up early and not feel tired.

Let’s dive in.

How to Wake Up Early and Not Feel Tired:

It Takes 66 Days to Form a New Habit

How to wake up early and not feel tired

First and foremost, you have to understand that on average it takes 66 days to form a new habit.

Many people try to wake up early, but they quit too soon. Just because you feel tired during the first week, it doesn’t mean that that will be forever. Your body and mind needs to adapt to your new routine.

So don’t give up and you’ll see results faster than you might think.

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Do Something Meaningful

How to wake up early and not feel tired? Simple! Have a purpose.

When you were a kid, and it was Christmas, you probably couldn’t wait until you will wake up and get your presents. You see, you had a purpose. You were obsessed and couldn’t wait no more. And that’s what you need right now.

The first thing you do in the morning has to be meaningful. Do what you love, and you will be the first person that will jump out of bed.

Go to Bed Earlier

Go to bed earlier! At first, it might be unusual, but soon you will form a new habit.

At least for me, I found it to very hard to fall asleep that early. But I have discovered a great tool.

Drum roll, please… Swannies.

Watch this video:

Learn more about Swannies.

A Glass of Water and Push-ups

When you wake up – drink water and shock your body by doing push-ups or by running on the spot for a minute.

If that doesn’t work, you can take a cold shower.

But again, it shouldn’t be that hard if you stick to this habit. Don’t hit that snooze button! Just wake up! And do something meaningful.

Stick to a Routine

How to wake up early and not feel tired? Be consistent!

Wake up and go to bed at the same time every day. Even on Sundays.

By now you know how to become an early riser. Leave your thoughts below.

Stay strong,
Andy

 

 

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