Do you wake-up with your alarm bells in the morning??
Or do you feel like stuffing your ears with cotton????
You might have tried to hit the ‘snooze’ button just to get that extra bit of sleep. Frankly speaking it was quite difficult for me to wake up every morning. Mostly I would question myself if it was actually worth stepping down off my warm, comfortable, nice bunk bed to get ready for office or whether I should sleep and learn if I could pull-off just one sicker day.
Consequently what has changed????? Actually a lot!!!!!!
Well you might be surprised but I no longer fear getting up. My mind and body has now become capable enough to face the first rays of the rising sun.
When the ring of the alarm clock suddenly wakes us up in the morning one cannot help but strike the snooze button and sleep off again. Bedside table is certainly not the best place for your alarm clock, instead place it away from the bed so that you have to get out of your bed so as to turn it off. It might be a tedious task initially but you will be habitual within a few days.
One finds it quite hard to step down the bed because we think that we could enjoy rather than go to work. One feels as if it is worthwhile but if we have a predetermined purpose in mind then waking up early could surely be an easy job.
Personally, I give this idea the ‘green chit’ because soft, gay rhythms do give me an opportunity to start my day on the right note. If you too try it out and listen to joyful music each morning, your mind will be conditioned to associate waking up early with happy feelings. Set your favorite song as your alarm tone instead of annoying beeping rings.
You might have heard of this tip because it works. Make sure that you sleep and wake up at the same time. Researchers say that it takes only 21 days are needed to adapt to a new habit. Stick to this tip and you may see the results within a couple of weeks.
If you adhere to these suggestions you may find that getting out of bed has certainly become easier and enjoyable too.