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How To Become A Morning Person. Brought to you by: MaidPro Phoenix Central
No Screens in The Bedroom. Many of us cringe at the idea of no television, laptop, tablet or phone. Take a baby step. Stay away from screens an hour before bed. Maybe dim the light on your phone. Make your room a haven for relaxation.
Expose Yourself To Natural Light. Get a your daily dose of Vitamin D. Natural light helps your biological clock and has been linked to reducing symptoms of depression by regulating your body’s chemicals.
Get Moving. Set your phone or alarm clock across the room, go brush your teeth, or splash water on your face. Do something that gives your body a few minutes to wake up.
Get More Sleep. It may seem obvious, but it can’t be supplemented in any other way. Your body needs 7 to 9 hours of sleep and is essential to your health.
Reward Yourself. Psychologist Patricia Adson, author of A Princess and Her Garden, encourages readers to take a little “me time” in the morning. Even having an extra cup of coffee and not racing out the door can be a reward.
Exercise In The Morning. A morning exercise routine like a quick jog or yoga helps your body wake up and sets you up for peak hours of energy.
Create a Routine. Create a routine that is realistic and sustainable. Initially the process may be difficult, but consistency will eventually help you wake up naturally at the time you desire.
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