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5 SURE STEPS TO WAKING AND RISING UP EARLY

There are so many reasons we wish to wake early, sometimes to meet up with deadlines while others can be to get to place of work as early as possible. But the issue is most of the times we find it hard to get up from bed. These article and my personal formula will guide you to always rise up as quickly as possible.
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1. Sleep as early as possible
Atmost 10pm if u wish to wake up 6am or 9pm if your target is to wake up 5am.
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2. Avoid eating late at night
Atmost by 6:30 - 7:30 pm you should have taken your dinner. This doesn't only help to wake early, but it also helps maintain good health system. If peradventure you happen to eat late at night, make sure it is something light and not heavy meal.
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3. Set alarm.
This is obvious, since basic function of an alarm is to wake us up. But it is more better if you set your alarm 15 minutes earlier than the normal time you wish to wake up. For example if you want to wake 6am, set first alarm at 5:45am and the last one at 6:00am.
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4. Change to sitting position when your alarm sounds.
This is the technical and the most interesting aspect of these article. Since most time  we set our alarm right but yet we find it hard to stand up from bed. So what you do when you hear your alarm is to just change your lying down sleep mode to sitting sleep mode while still on your bed. Do this and you will fully be awake after 5 minutes.
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5. Perform exercise on your bed as soon as the alarm sounds: This is my favorite technique to rise early. By stretching very well as soon as I hear the alarm helps greatly in driving any sleep from my eyes.
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5. Reading is not enough but actually practicing it.
Make sure to put those steps above into practise if you really want to wake early. You achieve results not by mere reading but by practicing what you read.
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Others are 
A. Jump Out of Bed When Your Alarm sounds
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C. Put your alarm far away from you.
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Note:
It takes 21 days of continuous effort for the body to adapt to a new change or habit. So continuosly do this, and never waking up late becomes an easy task for you.
Lastly, you can let us know about any tips you use to wake up early.
To read more about waking early - https://wikihow.com/Wake-Up-Early?amp=1

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