Wake up early by arranging to see some morning sunlight. Other methods include getting some exercise, allowing your mind and body to be aware that you need to get up early in the morning, avoiding the snooze button on your alarm clock, and doing pleasant activities that help you look forward to waking up.
Getting some sunlight in the morning increases alertness and gives your body an added boost of vitamin D. Experience some sunshine by opening your blinds or getting outside. Develop a routine by deciding to wake up each morning at a specific time. In order to feel fully rested when you wake up, go to sleep at an early time.
Those who have a hard time waking up in the morning because they can only fall asleep later at night may have a condition called delayed sleep phase disorder. This condition causes an individual to have a setback in his sleeping and waking periods. Teenagers are more likely to be affected with this disorder because of their fluctuating hormones and social activities that influence them to get to sleep later at night. Delayed sleep phase disorder can be treated through chronotherapy, morning bright light therapy and melatonin supplements.