Have you ever wondered why some people struggle to stay up past 11pm, yet you’re still wide awake at 2am? It’s all to do with your internal clock (body clock) and your sleeping pattern. You’ll find that the later you go to sleep, the harder it will be to drag yourself out of bed in the morning, so here are the Guide Me To Bed top tips to becoming a morning person.

Gradually Lower Your Bedtime
You shouldn’t just decide to cut down your bedtime by 2 hours in one go. Your body will struggle to adjust to this sudden change and you may then end up waking up in the middle of the night. The best way to decrease your bedtime is to ease into an earlier sleeping pattern, decrease your bedtime by 20-30 minutes every night until you reach your desired bedtime.

The Most Important Meal of The Day
We all know about the importance of breakfast, this meal prepares you for the long day ahead, you should ensure that your breakfast is high in protein. If you can’t cope without your morning coffee, we would advise against drinking black coffee, at least with lattes you’ll be getting a source of calcium from the milk.

Morning Exercise
Exercising early in the morning can boost your energy for the rest of the day, it gives you an elevated body temperature as will as a spark in your adrenaline levels for the rest of the day. Research has proved that exercise before breakfast actually burns off more calories than it would after eating breakfast.

Turn It All Off
It’s recommended that you start unwinding roughly an hour before hitting the hay. During this time you should turn off all electronic distractions, as tempting as it may be to watch TV or check your social media, electronics can make it much harder to get to sleep.

By following these four steps, you can train yourself to become a morning person. Although it may be tough to break your usual routine at first, you will soon find that it is worth it in the long run. It’s all about short term pain for long term gain.

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