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Tips for Happier Mornings



Tips for Happier Mornings

Sleep with the Blinds Halfway Open

By doing this, the rays from the rising sun will be inside the room. This natural light will send a signal to your brain to slow down its production of melatonin and increase your levels of adrenaline, an indication that it’s time to wake up. And when the alarm rings, you’ll already be half awake for a pleasant morning.

  • Set Your Alarm 15 Minutes earlier

If you do so, you don’t have to jump out of bed and rush through your morning to finish all your activities.  Instead, you can begin the day by lying in bed, and slowly waking up. You can have a stretch, read the news headlines and mentally run through what you’re going to have for breakfast. You can have time for preparing yourself both mentally and physically.

  • Stretch Your Entire Body

Stretch your body for at least 15 seconds. You can do this even before you open your eyes. This will help you to limber up your muscles and joints, and will enhance the flow of blood through your body, providing extra oxygen to all of your tissues.

  • Get Motivated

Be someone who wakeup with motivation and not with tension or worries. Read a motivational quote first thing in the morning. This can provide a positive energy for you to keep yourself motivated.

Take Vitamins

If you have the habit of skipping meals or is following an unhealthy eating practice,  taking a multivitamin may can offer you many additional benefits. It will ensure that you get all the essential micronutrients your body needs.

  • Avoid Making Decisions

or truly relaxing mornings, reduce the number of choices and decisions you need to take in the morning to zero. You can do this in two ways: first, make your morning decisions the night before – what clothes to wear, what to have for breakfast, what route to take to work and so on. Second, make everything that you do in the morning as a regular routine. Really, there’s no need to vary your breakfast, timetable or bathroom ritual from one morning to the next.