Saturday, May 2, 2015

How to wake up full of energy? Part 3

Insufficient light affects operation of the pineal gland, where serotonin is produced. This neurotransmitter is responsible for the good mood. When the light is much, the pineal gland produces more serotonin, and then you have a better mood. Lack of light is probably the reason for the increased number of people suffering from depression in northern countries. In Scandinavia, the number of sunny days is extremely low and as statistics show, there is a higher number of suicides. So make sure that your room has enough light in the morning.

Get up always at the same time. If your lifestyle allows it, set yourself a time at which you will always wake up. After a while your biological clock will get used to it. Each day is different and some days are more tiring than others. However, your brain will always know when go to the bed and get some sleep.

In addition to the above mentioned methods, it is worth remembering about a few other equally important principles. Before bedtime air the room and drink a glass or two of mineral water, non-carbonated. Experiment also with different types of alarm.

Some tips may be more suitable for you than others. I suggest you to start trying each individually.
Observe your energy level and desire to get up out of the bed. Once you will practice every method, start to combine them. I hope these tips will help you to get up easily for the rest of your life.

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