The morning is mostly no one’s favorite time, particularly if you stayed up late the night before. But there are plenty of good reasons for starting each and every day as well as you possibly can and you should. Here are some ways to make sure you get out of the right side of the bed and ease yourself into things with a positive and peaceful attitude.
That dry mouth feeling you get in the morning is just the tip of the iceberg, so to say. The rest of your body also is dehydrated after a night of sleep. Starting your day with a glass of water is a refreshing wake-up call for your muscles and organs.
Get some Sun light!
Whether it’s natural or artificial, light sends a signal to your brain that it’s time to be awake and to stop producing melatonin, a sleep-regulating hormone. Flipping on light switches when you get up will help you get into gear.
Prayer The most powerful weapon
As we all know Prayer is the act of communicating with God, telling him our problems and requesting for a request to be granted. Some people pray almost on a daily basis others pray when they remember because they always forget due to one reason or the other.
After sleep during which you stay mainly sedentary for hours, taking the time to slowly move your muscles will be a satisfying start to the day. If it works for toddlers, who need more shut-eye than adults, it can work for you, too.