How do you get up early in the morning without hearing your alarm?

Federica O.
I started to get up early in the morning months ago; I realized that it was better to start the day with a great breakfast in bed
Lara X.
The night before I make sure that my space is tidy so when I wake up there is no tidying up or cleaning to do and therefore making sure I’m not dreading getting out of bed. I also will plan out a nice breakfast for the morning so it gives me something to look forward to when I get out of bed. I love waking up early because by noon I have accomplished so much and I feel so happy and proud of myself. This just motivates me even more to get out of bed and get things done. I live with a person that doesn’t get up until noon and they aren’t happy so that’s also a reminder of how I don’t want to live my life. It’s hard to begin with but once you have reset your body clock and you are getting the right amount of sleep for you then it just becomes natural.
Margot M.
Go to bed at least 8 hours before you’re alarm. Try to remind yourself in a dream, that you aren’t dreaming and it is time to wake up. Don’t sleep with so many blankets, make sure you out are cold when you wake up so that’s you don’t get tempted to fall back asleep.
Santiago N.
Going to bed at the same time everyday and getting up at the same time every day for several days till your body gets used to the routine. Thats what’s working for me now. After doing this for a couple of months I was able to get rid of the alarm clock
Sierra Y.
My tip: try to reset your sleep schedule, and keep consistent. Don’t eat for 14-16 hours before your intended wake up time. Set your alarm, but you’ll probably be hungry and need to get up for food. Do this for a few days, and your body will be ready to wake up at that time.
Also, try to get up at the same time every day, even on weekends or days off. This consistency will help your body wake up naturally.
Kayla R.
By turning it into a habit. Having a sleeping schedule that you stictly advere tot, Will make you automatically wake up at more of less thé samen time everyday.
Mary U.
When a person has established a pattern, a sleep schedule. Going to bed each night and wake at the same time each day. Your body established a circadian rythem. A circadian rhythm is a natural, internal process that regulates the sleep-wake cycle and repeats roughly every 24 hours.
Kelly Z.
Sleep earlier the previous night, or let the sunlight comes into your bedroom in the morning. You will get used to your sleeping schedule eventually.
Helen N.
I haven’t quite gotten there yet. I still use an alarm and I usually hit the snooze button or just immediately go back to sleep. I think I need to get to bed earlier. It’s been a lifelong struggle. One day at a time…
Daniela A.
I think about the reasons why I want to wake up that morning early in the morning , and I know that if I want to accomplish that goal I need to wake up early.
L Rke Z.
If I go to sleep on time and go to sleep peacefully, then I will be well reated enough to wake up early. I use to have difficulty waking up with an alarm at 10am. I would even hit snooze and feel terrible when I finally got up at 12pm. But now I fall alseep peacefully each night at 12am, and I wake up at 8:30am-9:30am every morning feeling well rested and fine. I use to have panic dreams that I missed my alarm and would wake up too early. Since I took my alarm away the 1st night… The panic dreams stopped.
Audrey P.
You need to keep a routine at the beginning you will need an alarm and eventually you will be able to get up by yourself. After a few weeks you will notice that you might wake up a few minutes before the alarm goes off, if this is happening to you then you are ready! If I were you i would set an alarm just in case for half an hour later. Once you have been waking up on your own for a while you can delete the ‘just in case; alarm and you are ready! You got this, it will take time and patience but it is important to make healthy and sustainable routines and habits. By doing this you are setting yourself up for sucsess.
Alexis N.
I dont….. if I dont hear my alarm I could be asleep well past noon I tend to set a few in case I don't wake up alarms too in order to take an extra precaution and make sure I'm up on time
Yari F.
Good question. I'm not sure. I think a really consistent habit would need to be in place. Maybe you start with an alarm, follow a health day and bedtime routine and eventually wean off using an alarm.
Ben T.
On the weekend I figure out roughly how much sleep my body needs by taking note of when I start to go to sleep and wake up. So if I need to wake up around 8 I would start to go to sleep around 9.
Faiza V.
I actually do have 2alarms set on my phone. On days I sleep on time I a naturally up before the alarm. And on days I'm anxious and have to be somewhere I am up way before the alarm…but that's anxiety and not what we are aiming for.
I've observed that if I stay disciplined to sleep on time my body wakes up early on it's own feeling positive. On days I sleep late night because I was wasting time on my phone my eyes still open at the same time but I'm exhausted so I go back to sleep and even though I may then sleep the exact same hours as in the first scenario I'm still exhausted!
Fix your night schedule and your mornings will automatically fix themselves. I hope this helps. I'm still working to get there consistently.
Kenzo Z.
i’m not usually able to. sometimes if the sunlight comes in early then i do. i have an easier time waking up early without an alarm if i go to bed early