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Morning Routine 

Morning Routine for The Best Day:

Getting out of bed can feel like such a chore, especially when you’ve had a disturbed night of sleep. Luckily, we have a few tips to help you feel more awake and ready for the day.

Most of us love a good cuppa in the morning – whether your preference is coffee or tea – but the caffeine won’t be most effective until you have been awake for at least 3 hours. When you first wake up, you have a spike in cortisol (specifically around 7 am) which increases blood sugar levels giving you a natural energy boost. So to make the most of a caffeine boost, you want to drink coffee or tea when these levels lower at around 10-11 am to keep your energy going and prevent a crash later in the day. We advise you have a large glass of water instead because, throughout the night, your brain has been working off of water reserves from the day and needs rehydrating to avoid a headache mid-afternoon.

Try and avoid snoozing. Hitting snooze on your alarm for 5-10 minutes can cause you to feel more tired when you wake up again. This is because you are only part-way through your sleep cycle, and pulling yourself back out of this leads to more disorientation and lethargy. 

Now that you’re out of bed, make it! It helps to have your room less cluttered and therefore your mind is less cluttered. It also helps prepare your night routine, and everyone loves getting into a crisply-made bed to sleep. 

Put off checking your phone. Not only can it be a big distraction to your morning, but you are most likely going to be staring at different screens throughout the day, so letting your eyes wake up in their own time can help reduce eye strain for you in the long run. 

Finally, take your time to wash and clean before putting on a clean set of clothes. In a lot of instances, your environment can be a reflection of your mental wellbeing. Having yourself and your environment clean and fresh can assist you with keeping your mind clear and free of unnecessary stress.

We hope this helps improve your mornings and create the best start to your day.

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