How to STOP Waking Up Feeling TIRED Every Morning – 4 Tips (animated)

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How to STOP Waking Up Feeling TIRED Every Morning – 4 Tips (animated)

How often do you actually wake up feeling energized? How many times a week do you get up when your alarm rings, without hitting the snooze button?

Nothing is worse than going to bed early, only to wake up still feeling exhausted. There are number of factors that affect how tired you feel in the morning, and you probably have some habits that are robbing you of your energy.

We'll look at some of the solutions that you should adopt, which will help you wake up early and well rested.


When you snooze, you’re not really getting more sleep. It doesn’t make you feel better about waking up. It actually does nothing beneficial for you. Every single time you hit the snooze button you wake up feeling more tired.


We need a certain amount of sleep every day for our body to function properly. You should go to sleep and wake up at the same time seven days per week. This way your body gets into the rhythm and you can wake up naturally at the end of a sleep cycle, every single day.


It's crucial that you hydrate yourself first thing in the morning. After 6 to 8 hours without water, you'll naturally be dehydrated, and dehydration causes fatigue.
Another important thing to do, is some light exercise as soon as you wake up.
It may seem counter intuitive, but researchers say expending energy by engaging in regular exercise, doesn't make you tired, it actually creates energy in your body.


Your TV, smart phone and computer screen all produce artificial blue light.

The problem with artificial light in the evening, is that it tricks your body in to thinking that it's actually day time.

When it gets darker outside, your body naturally produces a sleep hormone called melatonin. Since artificial light blocks melatonin production, we can really mess up our sleep, because your body doesn't send signals to your cells that's it's night time.

Apps mentioned:

Sleep Cycle – Alarm that wakes you up when at the end of your sleep phase
F.lux – Orange screen for your computer
Twilight – Orange screen for your phone


If these tips don't help, you might have a medical problem. If so, you should see a doctor immediately. Things such as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) or sleep apnea, are more common than you might think and will affect how tired you feel.

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