Mornings are good. It usually precedes a good night’s sleep. But there are mornings that make you feel even more tired than the night before. These are the times we have no idea how we will live through the early morning, if not the entire day. If you’re the type of person who has multiple alarms before finally waking up or who hits the snooze button more times than you can remember, then these tips might help you feel energized on your early morning lessons.

After managing to (finally!) get up from bed, drink a glass of water. It will support your muscles to keep moving, your brain to keep functioning, and your blood to keep flowing.

As we all know, breakfast is the most important meal of the day so you should not skip it. Eating a healthy breakfast which includes carbohydrates, lean protein, and fiber is enough to bring the good vibes before starting your lesson.

There are many benefits you can get from doing exercise. Not only will you feel awake but it will also boost your metabolism after doing it in the morning. Regular exercise will give you muscle strength and endurance. It is also good for your heart and lungs.

First thing you wouldn’t want to happen when having an early morning lesson is yawning. You wouldn’t want your student to see that. Sleep for at least 7 to 8 hours the night before as it will give you better energy level the next day.

Open your windows and let the natural light into your home. According to the Help Guide website, this helps regulate your melatonin production which is essential for your sleep-wake cycle. It will also help you get better sleep so you will feel more energized the moment you wake up.

 

Source: http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/feel-energized-morning-7889.html