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10/19/2015 How to Be a Morning Person: 11 Steps (with Pictures) ­ wikiHow data:text/html;charset=utf­8,%3Cbr%20class%3D%22Apple­interchange­newline%22%3E%3Ciframe%20id%3D%22twttrHubFrameSecure%22%20allowtra… 1/10 Edit Article Ad How to Be a Morning Person Two Methods: Setting an Evening Routine Waking Up Ready to Go People tend to say they dislike a “morning person” — one of those lucky few who are happy, full of pep, and productive in the a.m. while you’re still wrestling your snooze button. Secretly, however, most of us wish we could be one. Switching from “night owl” to being bright­eyed and bushy­tailed at daybreak is no easy task, but there are simple steps to take that can make the transition more manageable. So take back your mornings without sacrificing the sleep you need! 1 Sleep more, and more consistently. Many more of us could be morning people if we would just give ourselves the chance to get some more sleep at night. Getting sufficient sleep for your body’s needs gives you the energy, health, and motivation to get things done in the morning and throughout the day. [1] While seven to nine hours of sleep is the general recommendation for adults, everyone is different. One way to test your sleep needs is to go a week with no alarm clock (such as when you are on vacation). Go to bed at the same time each night, and see what the average length of time is until you wake up on your own in the morning. [2] Establish a consistent bedtime and wake­up time, on weekdays and weekends. Of course it’s tempting to stay up a little late and sleep in on days when you Home » Categories » Health » Emotional Health » Personal Development » Time Management & Personal Organization Article Edit Discuss Method 1 of 2: Setting an Evening Routine Search MESSAGES LOG IN EXPLORE HELP US EDIT
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10/19/2015 How to Be a Morning Person: 11 Steps (with Pictures) ­ wikiHow data:text/html;charset=utf­8,%3Cbr%20class%3D%22Apple­interchange­newline%22%3E%3Ciframe%20id%3D%22twttrHubFrameSecure%22%20allowtra… 2/10 Ad don’t have work or other early morning responsibilities, but keeping a consistent daily routine will help train your body. [3] Cut one hour from the end of each day. No, you can’t actually make the clock skip from 10 to 11 p.m., but you can leave a blank hour before bedtime during which you can’t schedule any work or other activities. You need to have time to wind down before bedtime. [4] 2 Go to bed earlier. To rise earlier, you'll need to start sleep earlier, and that can be hard if you're used to using the later hours of the night for activities such as reading, watching TV, or writing. Consider going to bed earlier in increments. Start with 15 minutes earlier, with the expectation of getting up 15 minutes earlier, then gradually increase this to half an hour and then to an hour. If you do this gradually, it will give both your body and your mind time to adjust to the earlier sleeping and waking times. It will also allow you to find your happy medium between too early and too late.
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