7 best tips on how to be fresh and energetic in the morning
It's not a secret that the way you start your morning affects your whole day, but many of us continue to have troubles with waking up happy. Read on to find 7 useful tips that can help you make mornings the best part of any day.
If you have an opportunity to go outside within 20 minutes after waking up, you will make the most of the sunlight. Seeing the natural light reduces your level of melatonin, the hormone of sleep, which makes you feel more energetic and awake. We need higher melatonin levels only when we sleep.
Snoozing doesn't help us produce more energy, but only disturbs our sleep cycles, which makes you feel groggy after you get up. Set your alarm as late as possible and push yourself to wake up after the first sound.
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