How to become a morning person

Set realistic bedtime

Changing your sleep routine begins with setting achievable bedtime and waketime goals.

Good sleep hygiene

Make your bedroom a haven for sleep. Keep it cool, dark, and quiet. Invest in comfortable bedding and a supportive mattress.

A morning routine

Create a morning routine that will make waking up early something you actually look forward to.

A nighttime routine

Consistency helps regulate your body’s internal clock, making it easier to wake up early in the morning.

A consistent schedule

Think of inconsistent sleep schedules as a form of “social jet lag.” It confuses your body’s internal clock.

Don’t hit snooze

I get it—that snooze button can be tempting, but hitting it can actually make waking up in the morning more challenging.


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