Cause Of Difficulty Getting Up Early?
I’m a 20 year old man. for some time it was hard to get up early. I actually slept at 10 at night. I have alarmed at 5 but I turn off the alarm again, I always wake up at around 8 – 10 hours. My body always feels cold at 5, even when I wake up it is still cold. what is this so I can wake up early? I have experienced it for more than 2 months
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Everyone's sleep time is formed in a cycle called the circardian cycle. This circardian cycle is a cycle that is formed from the habit of ourselves to do everything from waking up to falling asleep again which will repeat every 24 hours.
One that can be formed by the circardian cycle is a clock to wake up and a time to fall asleep. This circardian cycle will affect the body's biological work system, which regulates hormone production, regulates blood sugar levels, regulates BAK processes, regulates cell formation, and functions other biological.
The best time or referred to as human biological clock to sleep is at 8-9 pm until before 7 o'clock in the morning. This is due to the influence of the action of the hormone melatonin (a sleep hormone regulator and to reduce temperature). At 8-9 pm, the level of melatonin in the body is at a high level so that it is appropriate to sleep, peak at midnight so that someone often falls asleep deeply. Melatonin hormone levels will decrease at 7 in the morning so that someone will wake up before 7 in the morning. Regular sleep hours in accordance with this biological clock will be beneficial for the development of the brain, bones, anti-inflammation and sexual arousal. So as much as possible sleep according to the correct biological clock.
The body will feel cold at night until morning because the hormone melatonin is also working to lower body temperature.
It is better for further information to consult a mental specialist or general practitioner at the nearest health facility.
Things you can do to wake up early:
1. Follow hours of sleep according to biological hours that sleep 8-9 nights and wake up at 5 or 6 in the morning. Start to be determined and make yourself a habit of doing this, then later you will get used to having hours of sleep like that.
2. Use an alarm with a different tone every day, and the loudest volume or use an alarm that will only turn off when you do something like playing a game or answering a question
3. It is stated in your heart that you will wake up at 5 in the morning
4. Asking for help from the closest person to wake you up until you really wake up
5. Turn off the lights and music or avoid the noise before and during sleep so that the quality of your sleep is maximum.
So hopefully useful :)
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