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Top 5 Tips to Rising Early

Top 5 Ways To Rising Early For A Productive Day

As we grow into the hustle and bustle of life, we often find ourselves in need of more time and willing to compensate our sleeping hours. As a result, we lose the gist of morning bliss due to staying up late. But let’s be honest, getting enough sleep and waking up early is the best for our body and mind. So here are some tips for you to change that routine and rise early in the morning.


#1 Prep a relaxing night routine the day before

Having a warm shower and following up with a night skincare routine before you go to bed can create a relaxing atmosphere to induce better sleep at night. Turn off the bright light and use a night light, warm-toned lamps, or candles to make it easier for you to fall asleep. All these night preps will send a signal to your brain that it is time to rest.

A warm shower


#2 Avoid Snoozing. Try to be out of bed within 2 minutes from the time you wake up

As the saying goes, you snooze, you lose! It is true. Snoozing creates more confusion in your body. As you hit snooze and go back to sleep, you are sending your body and brain mixed signals and end up confusing them. A tip is to place your alarm out of your reach and have a space of 7-8 hours of restful sleep.

Alarm Snooze


#3 Try a more adaptable morning routine

Do have a rough plan and think of activities that get you excited doing the next day. It could be as simple as having a yummy breakfast or even squeezing a quick 5-minute morning meditation before you start hustling for the day.

Bear in mind that some morning routines are just too out of your own lifestyle. A successful CEO that you look up to may be able to get up as early as 4 AM but for you, waking up too early may sets off your deep sleep. As a result, you will feel more tired the next day. In order for you to try out a more adaptable morning routine, you can see recommendations by Tim Ferriss. It is something very doable and practical as it sets a very calming and relaxed mood for the morning.

Morning routine


#4 Let the light in

Slightly draw your curtains open before you go to bed to ensure a little bit of light in for the next morning. This will ease your waking up as the natural light will stimulate your eyes and generate brain activity to allow you to wake up easier. Your eyes can still detect the presence of light even when they are closed. That is why you are bound to wake up when the sunlight hits your eyes. It’s like a ‘wake-up’ signal. Simply said, this signal could release essential hormones to our body for optimal health.

After you have woken up, draw the curtains open as much as possible to light up your room and allow fresh air to flow into your room. Nothing beats morning’s cold and misty air.

Morning light


#5 Exercise

If you had a hectic week, make sure to unwind from the day and do some light exercises. Pilates is a great exercise to do anywhere with no equipment but still ensuring all the sweat needed to dispel toxins out from your body. Exercising can also help to promote better sleep and reduce your brain activity at night. Try to exercise 4-5 hours before you go to bed. When you get a restful sleep at night, it leads you to rise better in the morning as well. They always go hand in hand.



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