Why Am I Not A Morning Person
Unfortunately, the body’s natural clock for sleeping and rising is set by our genes. It can be difficult — if not impossible–to change these clocks no matter how hard you try! But don’t give up hope just yet; there may still be some tricks that will help with your daily routine in order make mornings easier on yourself:
Mornings often involve coffee (or other) drinks which keep us awake longer than we’d like during those first two or three waking hours after getting out of bed…granted this isn’t always an issue when working from home because then one could simply go back into hibernation mode once they’ve finished their workday but many people have jobs where being productive starts.
How To Become A Morning Person
Waking up early is a skill that takes practice, but with the right tools you can become someone who wakeup naturally. Build your own routine and remember: waking before sunlight isn’t just good for your circadian rhythms-it’s also quite fashionable these days!
How To Become A Morning Person And Love It
Give yourself 5 minutes to wake up, stretch and rub your eyes. It’s critical that this pre-alert time is free of stressful thoughts or tasks for the day instead focus on step two: start with something you love like breakfast foods (or showers), sex plays involving partners who make YOU happy not just satisfied; playing around outside as kids do too–it can be an opportunity spend quality bonding moments + get fresh air! These activities will help associate morning times w/ emotions such excitement.