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BenjaminStigsen
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7/31/2016 2:16:08 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Now before I let you read anymore of this post I want to let you know this isn't going to be a thing I need answer on in my personal life, this is hopefully to answer some of your sleeping issues in your personal life.

I have no idea how to start this topic so I'm just going to go straight to it. We all have those days whether it's about school, work or maybe something else, where we are just like
"I know I have to do it today but I really want to do it later instead".
That's a common problem and a problem that almost everyone can relate to, maybe you want to find a way to get out of bed without hesitation.

How to wake up
So we are going to start with a basic issue and hopefully a basic solution. Now it's morning, you are insanely tired and the alarm goes off. You lay in bed and hit the button so the alarm doesn't annoy you anymore and you go back to sleep even though you know you shouldn't do that. Now at this point you have already messed up so let's just use this basic issue for now. One of the common things and simple things to do is to turn on the alarm as normal and then put it somewhere else in the room where you can't just reach it from the bed. This is what did the trick for me... Well, not in the start because what I'd usually do is wake up turn off the alarm, stand there a little then just turn around and get back to bed instead.
One of the other things that I know from personal experience will help is to keep a stable sleep schedule and that's wayyyy easier to say than to actually do.

So for example if you usually go to bed 10pm and wake up 6am, that's 8 hours of sleep so that's perfect. It would be a good thing to keep it that way then, but if you were to go to bed one day at 12pm and try to wake up 6am still... You have messed up.

We are humans and in the human nature it's very normal to make a habit out of something but in this case it's hard to make it a habit waking up after 8 hours of sleep. Instead of one day sleeping 10 hours then the next day maybe 6 you should try to find an amount between that, that actually works for you. If you are a person like me that wakes up late but wants to wake up earlier and easier I have some tips for you.

1: Set the alarm clock on the desk or floor somewhere where you can't reach it from the bed.

2: 1st thing to do when you go out of bed is to move fast like you are going out running, that will get your blood flow going and will wake you up way faster.

3: If you want to wake up earlier but don't have a stable sleep schedule I would recommend finding a certain amount of hours that you would normally sleep.

^^ But if you are going to decrease the amount of hours you sleep to wake up earlier I would recommend taking off 15min everyday until you have reached the amount of hours you want to sleep. By going down and up between several hours is very tiring and confusing for your body so slow and steady and you win the race by sleeping properly.

Can't fall asleep
I have been having a lot of issues regarding this problem and I still try to avoid it here and there. So you lay in bed, maybe you aren't tired at all and tries to read a book but it doesn't help, "What do I do?"
Well one of the things I found helpful was learning to meditate. Don't worry I'm telling you to go meditate or something like that and I can understand why it's boring. But I didn't exactly learn to meditate but I learned a lot about the breathing.

So if you are laying there I would recommend you to relax in your body, completely! I want you to close your eyes and take deep slow breaths. 1st I want you to focus on your head how it slowly feels like it's getting heavier, then after 3 mins of that I want you to focus on chest, how you can feel your chest moving from the slow and steady breathing. Then down to your legs, how you are not moving them at all, then down to your feet which is also becoming heavy.
Do that very slowly and that will help you.

Can't fall asleep even though I'm tired
This is also a problem I often have and it can come from a lot of things including stress, being afraid of something or several other things. I never really had a solution to this other than waiting it out and be really tired the next morning. But this is where the breathing technique from before helped me a lot! Hoped this helped in some kind of way. Maybe not much but it's worth a try and I'm happy to help those I can. Be sure to leave your opinion on this and maybe even a few other techniques that could help!
Thanks for reading
-Benjamin Stigsen
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11/11/2016 3:56:21 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 7/31/2016 2:16:08 PM, BenjaminStigsen wrote:
Now before I let you read anymore of this post I want to let you know this isn't going to be a thing I need answer on in my personal life, this is hopefully to answer some of your sleeping issues in your personal life.

I have no idea how to start this topic so I'm just going to go straight to it. We all have those days whether it's about school, work or maybe something else, where we are just like
"I know I have to do it today but I really want to do it later instead".
That's a common problem and a problem that almost everyone can relate to, maybe you want to find a way to get out of bed without hesitation.

It's always tough to wake up in morning but when you use alarms to awake .. .Sleep early at night which better helps you to wake up..

How to wake up
So we are going to start with a basic issue and hopefully a basic solution. Now it's morning, you are insanely tired and the alarm goes off. You lay in bed and hit the button so the alarm doesn't annoy you anymore and you go back to sleep even though you know you shouldn't do that. Now at this point you have already messed up so let's just use this basic issue for now. One of the common things and simple things to do is to turn on the alarm as normal and then put it somewhere else in the room where you can't just reach it from the bed. This is what did the trick for me... Well, not in the start because what I'd usually do is wake up turn off the alarm, stand there a little then just turn around and get back to bed instead.
One of the other things that I know from personal experience will help is to keep a stable sleep schedule and that's wayyyy easier to say than to actually do.

So for example if you usually go to bed 10pm and wake up 6am, that's 8 hours of sleep so that's perfect. It would be a good thing to keep it that way then, but if you were to go to bed one day at 12pm and try to wake up 6am still... You have messed up.

We are humans and in the human nature it's very normal to make a habit out of something but in this case it's hard to make it a habit waking up after 8 hours of sleep. Instead of one day sleeping 10 hours then the next day maybe 6 you should try to find an amount between that, that actually works for you. If you are a person like me that wakes up late but wants to wake up earlier and easier I have some tips for you.

1: Set the alarm clock on the desk or floor somewhere where you can't reach it from the bed.

2: 1st thing to do when you go out of bed is to move fast like you are going out running, that will get your blood flow going and will wake you up way faster.

3: If you want to wake up earlier but don't have a stable sleep schedule I would recommend finding a certain amount of hours that you would normally sleep.

^^ But if you are going to decrease the amount of hours you sleep to wake up earlier I would recommend taking off 15min everyday until you have reached the amount of hours you want to sleep. By going down and up between several hours is very tiring and confusing for your body so slow and steady and you win the race by sleeping properly.

Can't fall asleep
I have been having a lot of issues regarding this problem and I still try to avoid it here and there. So you lay in bed, maybe you aren't tired at all and tries to read a book but it doesn't help, "What do I do?"
Well one of the things I found helpful was learning to meditate. Don't worry I'm telling you to go meditate or something like that and I can understand why it's boring. But I didn't exactly learn to meditate but I learned a lot about the breathing.

So if you are laying there I would recommend you to relax in your body, completely! I want you to close your eyes and take deep slow breaths. 1st I want you to focus on your head how it slowly feels like it's getting heavier, then after 3 mins of that I want you to focus on chest, how you can feel your chest moving from the slow and steady breathing. Then down to your legs, how you are not moving them at all, then down to your feet which is also becoming heavy.
Do that very slowly and that will help you.

Can't fall asleep even though I'm tired
This is also a problem I often have and it can come from a lot of things including stress, being afraid of something or several other things. I never really had a solution to this other than waiting it out and be really tired the next morning. But this is where the breathing technique from before helped me a lot! Hoped this helped in some kind of way. Maybe not much but it's worth a try and I'm happy to help those I can. Be sure to leave your opinion on this and maybe even a few other techniques that could help!
Thanks for reading
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12/3/2016 2:47:50 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
When I need to wake up early, I just drink a lot of water before going to bed. So in that way I either wet my pijamas or wake up to pee. I obviously do the last and take advantage to wash my face and get rid of the sleepiness.

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2/7/2017 8:15:19 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 7/31/2016 2:16:08 PM, BenjaminStigsen wrote:
Now before I let you read anymore of this post I want to let you know this isn't going to be a thing I need answer on in my personal life, this is hopefully to answer some of your sleeping issues in your personal life.

I have no idea how to start this topic so I'm just going to go straight to it. We all have those days whether it's about school, work or maybe something else, where we are just like
"I know I have to do it today but I really want to do it later instead".
That's a common problem and a problem that almost everyone can relate to, maybe you want to find a way to get out of bed without hesitation.

How to wake up
So we are going to start with a basic issue and hopefully a basic solution. Now it's morning, you are insanely tired and the alarm goes off. You lay in bed and hit the button so the alarm doesn't annoy you anymore and you go back to sleep even though you know you shouldn't do that. Now at this point you have already messed up so let's just use this basic issue for now. One of the common things and simple things to do is to turn on the alarm as normal and then put it somewhere else in the room where you can't just reach it from the bed. This is what did the trick for me... Well, not in the start because what I'd usually do is wake up turn off the alarm, stand there a little then just turn around and get back to bed instead.
One of the other things that I know from personal experience will help is to keep a stable sleep schedule and that's wayyyy easier to say than to actually do.

So for example if you usually go to bed 10pm and wake up 6am, that's 8 hours of sleep so that's perfect. It would be a good thing to keep it that way then, but if you were to go to bed one day at 12pm and try to wake up 6am still... You have messed up.

We are humans and in the human nature it's very normal to make a habit out of something but in this case it's hard to make it a habit waking up after 8 hours of sleep. Instead of one day sleeping 10 hours then the next day maybe 6 you should try to find an amount between that, that actually works for you. If you are a person like me that wakes up late but wants to wake up earlier and easier I have some tips for you.

1: Set the alarm clock on the desk or floor somewhere where you can't reach it from the bed.

2: 1st thing to do when you go out of bed is to move fast like you are going out running, that will get your blood flow going and will wake you up way faster.

3: If you want to wake up earlier but don't have a stable sleep schedule I would recommend finding a certain amount of hours that you would normally sleep.

^^ But if you are going to decrease the amount of hours you sleep to wake up earlier I would recommend taking off 15min everyday until you have reached the amount of hours you want to sleep. By going down and up between several hours is very tiring and confusing for your body so slow and steady and you win the race by sleeping properly.

Can't fall asleep
I have been having a lot of issues regarding this problem and I still try to avoid it here and there. So you lay in bed, maybe you aren't tired at all and tries to read a book but it doesn't help, "What do I do?"
Well one of the things I found helpful was learning to meditate. Don't worry I'm telling you to go meditate or something like that and I can understand why it's boring. But I didn't exactly learn to meditate but I learned a lot about the breathing.

So if you are laying there I would recommend you to relax in your body, completely! I want you to close your eyes and take deep slow breaths. 1st I want you to focus on your head how it slowly feels like it's getting heavier, then after 3 mins of that I want you to focus on chest, how you can feel your chest moving from the slow and steady breathing. Then down to your legs, how you are not moving them at all, then down to your feet which is also becoming heavy.
Do that very slowly and that will help you.

Can't fall asleep even though I'm tired
This is also a problem I often have and it can come from a lot of things including stress, being afraid of something or several other things. I never really had a solution to this other than waiting it out and be really tired the next morning. But this is where the breathing technique from before helped me a lot! Hoped this helped in some kind of way. Maybe not much but it's worth a try and I'm happy to help those I can. Be sure to leave your opinion on this and maybe even a few other techniques that could help!
Thanks for reading

Always drink 2 cups of water in the morning as soon as you wake up.
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3/20/2018 8:56:10 AM
Posted: 2 months ago
Put your alarm clock across the room so you have to get up to turn it off.
Set your coffee on a timer so it's ready when you wake up.
Put out a warm robe before bed so you can easily access it when you get out of bed.
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4/2/2018 10:13:44 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
When I get up in the morning I try to think about the most pleasing thing I am going to do this day. It really helps.
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4/10/2018 6:31:02 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 4/2/2018 10:13:44 PM, FaWhin wrote:
When I get up in the morning I try to think about the most pleasing thing I am going to do this day. It really helps.

That makes sense. But I prefer getting up with my Strawberry Banana (check it on https://cannasos.com... friend. That helps me feel great all the day long.
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4/30/2018 6:36:08 PM
Posted: 2 weeks ago
At 3/20/2018 8:56:10 AM, AnderaMButtrey wrote:
Put your alarm clock across the room so you have to get up to turn it off.
Set your coffee on a timer so it's ready when you wake up.
Put out a warm robe before bed so you can easily access it when you get out of bed.

Yeah this is very nice...
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5/11/2018 8:19:43 AM
Posted: 1 week ago
Take the first steps. The toughest part of the morning is simply getting out of bed. ...
Cultivate a mental environment. ...
Develop a "get to" attitude. ...
Create some accountability. ...
Sleep well. ...
Never snooze. ...
Stick to your wake time. ...
Build momentum.
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5/16/2018 7:41:29 AM
Posted: 4 days ago
At 7/31/2016 2:16:08 PM, BenjaminStigsen wrote:
Now before I let you read anymore of this post I want to let you know this isn't going to be a thing I need answer on in my personal life, this is hopefully to answer some of your sleeping issues in your personal life.

I have no idea how to start this topic so I'm just going to go straight to it. We all have those days whether it's about school, work or maybe something else, where we are just like
"I know I have to do it today but I really want to do it later instead".
That's a common problem and a problem that almost everyone can relate to, maybe you want to find a way to get out of bed without hesitation.

How to wake up
So we are going to start with a basic issue and hopefully a basic solution. Now it's morning, you are insanely tired and the alarm goes off. You lay in bed and hit the button so the alarm doesn't annoy you anymore and you go back to sleep even though you know you shouldn't do that. Now at this point you have already messed up so let's just use this basic issue for now. One of the common things and simple things to do is to turn on the alarm as normal and then put it somewhere else in the room where you can't just reach it from the bed. This is what did the trick for me... Well, not in the start because what I'd usually do is wake up turn off the alarm, stand there a little then just turn around and get back to bed instead.
One of the other things that I know from personal experience will help is to keep a stable sleep schedule and that's wayyyy easier to say than to actually do.

So for example if you usually go to bed 10pm and wake up 6am, that's 8 hours of sleep so that's perfect. It would be a good thing to keep it that way then, but if you were to go to bed one day at 12pm and try to wake up 6am still... You have messed up.

We are humans and in the human nature it's very normal to make a habit out of something but in this case it's hard to make it a habit waking up after 8 hours of sleep. Instead of one day sleeping 10 hours then the next day maybe 6 you should try to find an amount between that, that actually works for you. If you are a person like me that wakes up late but wants to wake up earlier and easier I have some tips for you.

1: Set the alarm clock on the desk or floor somewhere where you can't reach it from the bed.

2: 1st thing to do when you go out of bed is to move fast like you are going out running, that will get your blood flow going and will wake you up way faster.

3: If you want to wake up earlier but don't have a stable sleep schedule I would recommend finding a certain amount of hours that you would normally sleep.

^^ But if you are going to decrease the amount of hours you sleep to wake up earlier I would recommend taking off 15min everyday until you have reached the amount of hours you want to sleep. By going down and up between several hours is very tiring and confusing for your body so slow and steady and you win the race by sleeping properly.

Can't fall asleep
I have been having a lot of issues regarding this problem and I still try to avoid it here and there. So you lay in bed, maybe you aren't tired at all and tries to read a book but it doesn't help, "What do I do?"
Well one of the things I found helpful was learning to meditate. Don't worry I'm telling you to go meditate or something like that and I can understand why it's boring. But I didn't exactly learn to meditate but I learned a lot about the breathing.

So if you are laying there I would recommend you to relax in your body, completely! I want you to close your eyes and take deep slow breaths. 1st I want you to focus on your head how it slowly feels like it's getting heavier, then after 3 mins of that I want you to focus on chest, how you can feel your chest moving from the slow and steady breathing. Then down to your legs, how you are not moving them at all, then down to your feet which is also becoming heavy.
Do that very slowly and that will help you.

Can't fall asleep even though I'm tired
This is also a problem I often have and it can come from a lot of things including stress, being afraid of something or several other things. I never really had a solution to this other than waiting it out and be really tired the next morning. But this is where the breathing technique from before helped me a lot! Hoped this helped in some kind of way. Maybe not much but it's worth a try and I'm happy to help those I can. Be sure to leave your opinion on this and maybe even a few other techniques that could help!
Thanks for reading

I was a call center agent for 2 years and a half. I worked in a graveyard shift so that's why i am awake at night and sleep the whole day. And suddenly i quit my job because of my personal problem. And now i am having a hard time to sleep at night because i get used to being awake at night. So this is my problem now i want to sleep in a normal way but it didn't happen, so i told my friend about this then he told me to try this marijuana thing as a medicine i did not believe him at first but i try it and it works for me and now I am sleeping at night at peace. Here is an article that i read about it https://www.worldwide-marijuana-seeds.com... you should read it.
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5/18/2018 6:09:12 PM
Posted: 1 day ago
At 2/7/2017 8:15:19 AM, Mcopeland wrote:
At 7/31/2016 2:16:08 PM, BenjaminStigsen wrote:
Now before I let you read anymore of this post I want to let you know this isn't going to be a thing I need answer on in my personal life, this is hopefully to answer some of your sleeping issues in your personal life.

I have no idea how to start this topic so I'm just going to go straight to it. We all have those days whether it's about school, work or maybe something else, where we are just like
"I know I have to do it today but I really want to do it later instead".
That's a common problem and a problem that almost everyone can relate to, maybe you want to find a way to get out of bed without hesitation.

How to wake up
So we are going to start with a basic issue and hopefully a basic solution. Now it's morning, you are insanely tired and the alarm goes off. You lay in bed and hit the button so the alarm doesn't annoy you anymore and you go back to sleep even though you know you shouldn't do that. Now at this point you have already messed up so let's just use this basic issue for now. One of the common things and simple things to do is to turn on the alarm as normal and then put it somewhere else in the room where you can't just reach it from the bed. This is what did the trick for me... Well, not in the start because what I'd usually do is wake up turn off the alarm, stand there a little then just turn around and get back to bed instead.
One of the other things that I know from personal experience will help is to keep a stable sleep schedule and that's wayyyy easier to say than to actually do.

So for example if you usually go to bed 10pm and wake up 6am, that's 8 hours of sleep so that's perfect. It would be a good thing to keep it that way then, but if you were to go to bed one day at 12pm and try to wake up 6am still... You have messed up.

We are humans and in the human nature it's very normal to make a habit out of something but in this case it's hard to make it a habit waking up after 8 hours of sleep. Instead of one day sleeping 10 hours then the next day maybe 6 you should try to find an amount between that, that actually works for you. If you are a person like me that wakes up late but wants to wake up earlier and easier I have some tips for you.

1: Set the alarm clock on the desk or floor somewhere where you can't reach it from the bed.

2: 1st thing to do when you go out of bed is to move fast like you are going out running, that will get your blood flow going and will wake you up way faster.

3: If you want to wake up earlier but don't have a stable sleep schedule I would recommend finding a certain amount of hours that you would normally sleep.

^^ But if you are going to decrease the amount of hours you sleep to wake up earlier I would recommend taking off 15min everyday until you have reached the amount of hours you want to sleep. By going down and up between several hours is very tiring and confusing for your body so slow and steady and you win the race by sleeping properly.

Can't fall asleep
I have been having a lot of issues regarding this problem and I still try to avoid it here and there. So you lay in bed, maybe you aren't tired at all and tries to read a book but it doesn't help, "What do I do?"
Well one of the things I found helpful was learning to meditate. Don't worry I'm telling you to go meditate or something like that and I can understand why it's boring. But I didn't exactly learn to meditate but I learned a lot about the breathing.

So if you are laying there I would recommend you to relax in your body, completely! I want you to close your eyes and take deep slow breaths. 1st I want you to focus on your head how it slowly feels like it's getting heavier, then after 3 mins of that I want you to focus on chest, how you can feel your chest moving from the slow and steady breathing. Then down to your legs, how you are not moving them at all, then down to your feet which is also becoming heavy.
Do that very slowly and that will help you.

Can't fall asleep even though I'm tired
This is also a problem I often have and it can come from a lot of things including stress, being afraid of something or several other things. I never really had a solution to this other than waiting it out and be really tired the next morning. But this is where the breathing technique from before helped me a lot! Hoped this helped in some kind of way. Maybe not much but it's worth a try and I'm happy to help those I can. Be sure to leave your opinion on this and maybe even a few other techniques that could help!
Thanks for reading

Always drink 2 cups of water in the morning as soon as you wake up.

I always used to set alarm then with the ring of alarm i wake up..