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So we've all been in the position where we're lying in our bed at night.
And we're looking up at the sky and the stars, and we think to ourselves, "Wait, where did my roof go?"
Haha kidding. That just happens to me.
Anyway, back to the main point.
So, we're lying there, and then we fall asleep.
And before we know it, our alarm goes off, and it's time to get up.
So you hit the snooze button and you're lying there all comfy, cozy, and warm.
And you're contemplating just how much you really need to go to school or work.
Then that tiny voice in your head says "you have to get up."
So you muster up all your willpower, and then you get up.
To make things a bit easier, here are three strategies that I use as part of my morning routine to help me wake up.
The first strategy is to put your alarm clock at the other side of your room.
This is literally the first step to helping you wake up because you actually need to get out of your bed and go and hit the snooze button.
By this point, you're already standing up and out of bed.
Now you've just got to resist the temptation of going back to sleep.
I found this to help me a lot, especially on colder mornings, as the cold temperature provides a tough wake-up call.
The second strategy is to drink water.
One of the top causes of fatigue in the morning can be linked to not being hydrated well enough.
I used to wake up for years feeling really tired and with a slight headache, and I always wondered why.
It used to take me about 15 to 20 minutes to feel somewhat human after waking up.
If I had known, all I had to do was drink some water and I'd feel awake in about 3 to 5 minutes, It would have saved me a lot of fatigue.
It doesn't even have to be that much water.
250 millilitres and more will make a good difference to your waking up routine.
The third and arguably most important strategy is to wake up at the correct time.
So what is the correct time ?
Well, humans have a sleep cycle of about 90 minutes, and for a good night's sleep, an average of about five to six sleep cycles is required in order to feel refreshed.
In other words, you want to be sleeping anywhere from seven and a half hours to nine hours per night.
Of course, this will vary depending on the person and their activity levels, their lifestyle, etc., but it's a general guide
For example, I can frequently get by on around about seven hours of sleep a night.
However if I've been doing intense exercise during the day, I usually try and aim for about nine hours or more per night.
Now this is just a very basic introduction to sleep cycles and sleeping patterns.
There's a lot more information that I could cover, but I will leave that for a separate video.
Try these three strategies and your waking up routine, and see how much they can benefit you.
The difference might only be small, but if there's an improvement, then you're on the right path.
If you found this video helpful then please leave a like. It really does help me and the channel out.
And if there's anyone out there that you think can benefit from this video, then please share it with them.
And thanks for watching.
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三個不容易賴床的小技巧 (3 Quick Tips for Waking Up More Easily)

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Shinichiro 發佈於 2019 年 11 月 7 日    Karen 翻譯    Evangeline 審核
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