The first thing, if you do not already, is to go to bed and get up at regular times.
Many complain of lack of sleep and have great difficulty falling asleep. It is true that insomnia is a real scourge of our modern times and we usually sleep less than 1:30 50 years ago.
But did you know that staying too long at the bottom of your bed you could also be harmful?
If you ever go back into your bed in the morning, you doze off but failed to get up and you’re more tired than before, no doubt you are experiencing this symptom!
But then what? The first thing, if you do not already, is to go to bed and get up at regular times. We must “stabilize” your sleep and readjust your internal clock.
When it’s time to get up, he must sit up in bed immediately. Even if the day you slept later, or that you delayed getting to sleep. No quarter, you must remove even if you feel tired!
The next night, sleep should come earlier and waking up will become easier. A small exception: the weekend.
If you slept very late on Saturday night, get up 1-2 hours later but no more. No fat morning until noon, otherwise the work of adjusting your sleep would begin again.
Beware, though, if these few guidelines you still feel as tired, your quality of sleep may be defective. This may hide other conditions such as sleep apnea. I know on the Internet
disease is often cited, and not always wisely, but it would be prudent to consult your doctor.