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12 Ways To Brighten Your Morning

Okay, it’s probably no one’s favourite part of the day, particularly if you stayed up the night before to watch Jaws for the 17th time. But waking up in the morning sure beats the alternative!

24 Ways To Brighten Your Morning
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Here are ways to make sure you wake up on the right side of the bed and ease into your day with a positive, calm attitude.

Remember: Stress and anxiety wreak havoc on your immunity.

Enter your day happy and relaxed, and you greatly increase your chances of a healthy, productive day.

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1. Go to sleep with your blinds or curtains open
1. Go to sleep with your blinds or curtains open
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That way, the natural light of the rising sun will send a signal to your brain to slow its production of melatonin and bump up its production of adrenaline, a signal that it’s time to wake up.

When the alarm goes off, you’ll already be half awake.

Even better: Go to bed early enough so that waking up when the sun shines through your window still gives you the recommended seven hours of shut-eye.

If you maintain this routine, it’s likely that you can start relying on your biological clock rather than an alarm clock. 



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