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How To Fake Being A Morning Person

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When your morning is not good, your whole day is ruined. If you often rush to your office in hurry, and curse yourself for sleeping in for longer, these tips might help you reverse your mornings.1

1. Splash Your Face With Cold Water

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After a nap, splash some cold water on your face as soon as you wake up. It triggers automatic reflex that’ll give you a boost of adrenaline.

2. Wake Up Better

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Sleep early and in a good mood to wake up early in a happy note. Try to read before sleep if you can.

3. Stop Hitting The Snooze Button

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Snooze button might seem like a relief, but try and avoid yourself from this temptation. Get up at the time you have set your alarm for.

4. Keep Your Shaded Drawn

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Opening your eyes suddenly to a bright room can hurt your eyes, make you get earlier than needed, leaving you with inadequate sleep and a bad mood.

5. Stick To A Schedule

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Making and sticking to a schedule of things to do in the morning will encourage you to get out of the bed. To not get bored of the schedule, fill it with things you love to do.

6. Wake Up With An Activity Tracker

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Activity trackers can track your body’s function, your sleep patterns, and the amount of energy that you burned. Activity trackers can help you plan your whole fitness day ahead.

7. Get Moving

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It doesn’t matter what type of exercise pleases you. But you need to work out to stay active and energized throughout the day.

8. Drink Some Water

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Because your body needs to hydrate from the 8 hours break from liquids. Dehydration could lead to fatigue, leaving you moody throughout the day.

9. Schedule More Morning Activities

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From making your favorite breakfast to watering your plants, set up a morning activity that you’d love to wake up to.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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