Changing your sleep routine begins with setting achievable bedtime and waketime goals.
Make your bedroom a haven for sleep. Keep it cool, dark, and quiet. Invest in comfortable bedding and a supportive mattress.
Create a morning routine that will make waking up early something you actually look forward to.
Consistency helps regulate your body’s internal clock, making it easier to wake up early in the morning.
Think of inconsistent sleep schedules as a form of “social jet lag.” It confuses your body’s internal clock.
I get it—that snooze button can be tempting, but hitting it can actually make waking up in the morning more challenging.