A new study shows that a key to good night’s sleep is a morning physical activity. According to Sharecare expert Dr. Vonda Wright, a little early-morning exercise has big benefits to sleep compared to workouts done later in the day.
Not only morning exercisers spend more time in deep sleep, they’re also more likely to stick with their workout routine.
The following are some tricks to waking up in the morning:
If someone is already clear about what they want to do when they wake up, they should consider trimming down morning activities. This will let them set alarm clock for a few minutes later.
Know the body clock
Lack of sleep explains, in general, that a person’s body makes changes in anticipation of going to sleep, such as dropping in temperature and heart rate. One way to figure out what might work best for a person is to set a consistent bedtime that starts about 8 hours before the alarm goes off.