Do you find yourself waiting five more minutes before getting up from bed? Or maybe the first thing in your morning is a cup of coffee? Or do you feel exhausted most of the day, even if you had enough sleep? 

While we all can experience these feelings from time to time, those who constantly have low energy in the morning tend to have poor concentration, low productivity, crave snacks during the day and have a bad mood. So if you find yourself in those questions, then it may be helpful to take a look at your energy levels.

Adjust Your Alarm Clock to Wake up Before 8 AM

If you are one of those who always reset the alarm a few times in the morning, you must adjust your body to wake up before 8 am. It is vital to note that you will also need to go to sleep before 11 pm, so you will have enough time to get quality sleep. While it will be a roller coaster for a week or two, you will eventually train your body to go to bed and get up at the same time. 

Take Supplements Instead of Coffee

Even though coffee is a good choice for most people, it can harm our health and wellness when consumed in large amounts and regularly. That is why it is best to look for supplements having the same energy boost but work safer. 

Is there medicine to help you wake up? Fortunately, yes! Wake up pills are packed with small amounts of caffeine and vitamins that have been scientifically proven to help you wake up more energised and support your inner clocks. Spirulina drinks can also help you wake up easier and feel more productive while also supporting your wellness.

Open up the Blinds and Get Some Light

One of the easiest methods to feel more energised in the morning and help your body wake up faster is by getting some lights as soon as you open your eyes. Exposure to natural light in the morning keeps your circadian rhythm (inner clocks) in sync. Your brain and body get signals that it is morning and make you more stimulated and aware. So make it a habit to open up your blinds or curtains when you wake up, even if it doesn’t feel good for a few weeks.

Wash Your Face with Cold Water

You can wake up your body and boost energy by washing your face with cold water. You will notice that it will refresh your face and immediately make you feel less sleepy. If it doesn’t work for you or you don’t like it, start with warm water and gradually move to cold water as you adjust to it. Studies show that cold water also activates brown fat, allowing you to burn more calories and release androgens to help energise your day.

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