How to have more energy in the mornings

 

1. Eat a smaller a meal the night before, and avoid eating late at night. Eating late in the evening, or energy in the morningshaving a large meal means your body needs to spend energy digesting while you sleep, or try to drift off. This can effect the quality of your sleep, or make it take you longer to fall asleep. You also might find you need to get up in the night to use the bathroom.

2. Try to get enough sleep. Its not always easy to do, especially if you have young children, but getting enough rest is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Sleep cycles run in 1.5 hour cycles, and a sleep of 7.5 hours is the ideal minimum. Aiming for 8 hours is a good target, but listen to your body. Some people need more sleep, and some can easily get by on less.

3. Avoid alcohol. It may relax you at the time, but ultimately it will lead to a more disrupted sleep, plus you may need to get up in the night to use the bathroom. It is after all a diuretic.

4. Elminate light in your room

5. Try to go to sleep at the same time each night

6. Rehydrate when you wake up

7. Eat a satisfying breakfast

8. Get some natural light first thing in the morning

9. Do some morning exercise

10. Avoid caffeine in the afternoons and evenings