How to learn to get up early?

Octo­ber 18, 2017, 21:44

The abil­i­ty to get up ear­ly in the morn­ing is a use­ful skill, but it is not so easy to mas­ter. Now the real rea­son for the dif­fi­cul­ties that arise in the process of get­ting up ear­ly has become known.

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How dif­fi­cult it is for us to avoid the temp­ta­tion to lie in bed for an extra ten min­utes, delay the alarm clock and play for time … Many, after wak­ing up, remain sleepy until lunch or even until the end of the day, can­not con­cen­trate on impor­tant mat­ters and feel over­whelmed.

The main caus­es of these con­se­quences are insom­nia at night, over­work dur­ing the work­ing day, con­stant stress and psy­cho­log­i­cal prob­lems.

There is such a hor­mone of the pineal gland as mela­tonin. It depends on the pres­ence of sun­light and per­forms the func­tion of reg­u­lat­ing life rhythms, includ­ing sleep and wake­ful­ness. Typ­i­cal­ly, mela­tonin peaks around two hours before bed­time, and drops off by the time you wake up. If we do not fol­low the regime of the day and go to bed late, then the lev­el of mela­tonin after wak­ing up remains high for sev­er­al hours — this caus­es an inabil­i­ty to con­cen­trate and a feel­ing of weak­ness. As a result, cir­ca­di­an rhythms are dis­rupt­ed and hor­mon­al bal­ance changes.

To avoid prob­lems with sleep, Amer­i­can sci­en­tists rec­om­mend going to bed at sun­set and walk­ing more often in the fresh air. These sim­ple rules will help restore and main­tain the bio­rhythms of the body. As a result, there will be strength for an ear­ly rise, and max­i­mum per­for­mance will be main­tained through­out the day.

Coun­cil. Get ready for bed ear­ly. Often we post­pone sleep until the last moment only because we are too tired dur­ing the day and by the evening we have absolute­ly no ener­gy left to pre­pare for sleep. We are too lazy to brush our teeth, spread the bed and change into paja­mas — until the last we sit in front of the TV or com­put­er, not want­i­ng to make a sin­gle extra move. There­fore, get ready for sleep not in five sec­onds, but grad­u­al­ly. And come up with a rit­u­al. Every night, before you go to bed, do the same thing. For exam­ple, read a book. Soon, this will sig­nal to your brain that it’s time to sleep.

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