Why Do You Have Trouble Waking Up in the Morning?

Look, we get it. Rolling out of bed can be challenging, especially when you wake up tired every morning. It’s tempting to keep hitting the snooze button so you can stay in the warmth and comfort of your sheets for a few (or several) extra minutes—but how you start your morning often sets the tone for the rest of the day. Springing out of bed ready to tackle your tasks makes it more likely that you’ll have a positive mindset and be more productive right through bedtime.

Matthew Walker, PhD, a sleep researcher at the University of California (UC), Berkeley and author of Why We Sleep, told Eat This, Not That!, “As soon as you wake up after a night of sleep, you should get out of bed. If you lie awake in bed, your brain links being awake to being in bed.” Read more…

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