What time should I wake up?

Alison E.
That depends entirely on your schedule! I try to be up by 8am but sometimes I work until 1:30-2am so that has to get pushed back. If you can, try to be up by 6:30-7 window and get your blood pumping for a nice, refreshing start to your day

Laura U.
I should wake up at 6. If I wake up after that then whole routine gets shuffled and everything gets late. This is the apt time to do my exercise as well

Tyrone Z.
I wake up at lease 2 hours before I start work to allow plenty time for all of my morning rituals and to get ready for work.

Olga N.
Ican not answer that for you. I don't know your work schedule is and or your obligation are to give you an answer to that question.

Charly T.
I wake up at around 6 am but only cos I have school at 8.45 and I like to have a nice peaceful morning. Wake up at a time that is realistic so you will wake up at that time every morning and at a time where you won’t be rushing

Freddie Z.
Depends on what time you go to sleep and what time you need to be out of the house for work or school or whatever. I try to get 8 hours of sleep everyday, then I allocate 3-4 hours for all my morning routine. So I sleep at 10pm, wake up at 6am, do my stuff –drink water, make breakfast for me and my husband, have breakfast, clean up, rest while reading a book, exercise, rest while doing emails, shower, get ready for work. I leave the house at 10 so I can be at work by 11. This is me almost everyday. 🙂

Gerson C.
Enough time to get up, do exercise, shower, and take some me time.

At the moment this app has helped the exercise and shower. But I do need to add in the me time

So if I have to leave the hours eat 645. I really need to be waking up at 5 and out of bed by a minimum 530 if not 515

Cory T.
I like to have an hour to do my morning routine- read, pray, meditate, yoga before I do anything else so I get up around 6

Frederikke N.
I would wake up early enough to give yourself plenty of time to have a healthy breakfast, get a little bit of exercise, and go over your plans for the day. Get to bed at least seven hours before the wake up time so that you’re well rested.

Clinton J.
I will wake up between 5:30am & 5:45am to take wake up medicine Focalin so I will be awake by 6:00/6:15am.

-Drink Water
-Breathe 5 min
-Be grateful 5min
-Clench Fists 5min

Bertram C.
Depends on when you go to sleep… in my experience it is better to go to bed early and wake up early… around 7-7.30 to avoid stress in the morning.

Alexander B.
I should wake up early enough to give myself time to prepare for the first item on my schedule. This usually involves showering, and some sort of commute. So an hour before is usually enough.

Tom U.
Было бы отлично вставать в 5-6. Тогда в тишине можно было бы тренить, читать. Учить английский. И так до 1 дня закончить все обязательные дела.

Hans C.
I recommend waking up early enough to give you time to enjoy your morning before leaving for work, school or otherwise starting your day. You don’t want to feel rushed every morning. For example, I get up at 5:30 every morning, which gives me an hour and a half to do my morning yoga, make a good breakfast, enjoy my breakfast while reading and get ready before leaving for work.

Ugo Q.
Rather than setting a specific time. I get up so I have 2 hours of undistracted time to focus on the most important tasks for the day. I can get more accomplished in 2 hours of uninterrupted time than I can in 6 hours when life intrudes.

Tom C.
I think a good time to wake up is 6:oo a.m. It gives you at least an hour before people wake up to have me time, and startthe day more productive.

Amanda U.
It depends on at what time did you leave to sleep last night and of course on your personal differences. However, personally, I try to go to bed at around 9-10 p.m. to get ready to wake up at 6:45-7 a.m. Good luck! 🐱

T O Q.
I prefer getting up at 5am so I get my morning walk and exercise done before the rest of the day. That way I’ve already done it, and won’t feel guilty when I don’t have the time later in the day. I can focus on everything else after – energized and feeling good about myself!

Ambre A.
I get up 20 minutes before I used to so I can do the morning routine without stress. So I get up at 6.40 for a 8 am start 🙂

Anna T.
Wake up at whatever time you find comfortable. But its better to wake up early. When you wake up early in the morning, you get sufficient time to do something for your own self. After waking up early you can make a to-do list, exercise, meditate and make affirmations. So, go ahead and wake up early!!!!!

Christiaan P.
I try to het up at 5:30
Get everything done for the day and than go to work. First I will do my faboules app things then to the gym and then to work! Coming back home after, everything is done! Just have to eat and go to bed early! Good luck you can do this!

Francisco E.
I think there's no right answer for that. There's what's right for you!
For me, I go 6:15 a.m week days. 8:00 a.m weekends.
I sleep around 6 hours week days and shoot for 8 – 9 hours weekends. That's actually working fine for me👍🏼
However, some people need more rest. You gotta try and find out how many sleeping hours you need every night to feel well rested and focused throughout the day and work to hit that number.

Arnaldo S.
I function better now that I get up at 5:30 because I have time to myself to ramp up for the day. I also am in bed by 9:30pm most nights.

Hon Ria Q.
Set a realistic time frame, you can do your best we are only human. Set your alarm for 9am once you feel like your day needs more time then push it earlier as you progress. You can do this keep your head up 😌

Lois U.
The ideal time depends on what time you went to sleep the night before. You should find out what is your chronotype to understand at what time to go to bed and wake up.

Pamela X.
4:30 am. Mornings are always the most productive part of the day and once you get used to waking up early it won’t seem as hard. The most successful people in the world are eating lunch when the rest of the world is eating breakfast. Start your day early, knock off all those to do items, have a good breakfast, and relax before the rest of your day begins

Alizee Z.
Depends on your work schedule. I work night shift and don't get home until 1 am, so I set my alarm for 10, so I can get to the gym by 11. I used to work fairly normal hours, so I set my alarm an about an hour and half before I had to go to work. Time to change, eat breakfast, do a little exercise, etc. It all depends on when your day starts and what you need to get done before you leave.

Hubertine C.
You should plan to wake up when is best for your body. This doesn’t mean whenever you feel like it, but you should look into understanding when your body is in peak state. Daniel Pink wrote a great book on this topic, and the science behind it, but you can also find an online assessment to test your body type here: https://www.danpink.com/mctq/
Honour your body and support your productive cycles!

Beate U.
This is my approach but im sure there are many ways you can look at this. Determine what commitments you have to meet in the morning i.e getting into work by 9am and work back from there. For example, i get up at 5:45am, I'm in the gym by 6am, leave at 6:45, go home and shower and am out the door by 7:15 to get to work just before 8am

Alison E.
That all depends on what you have going on. I have 3 toddlers so I try to get up a half hour before them. If I have somewhere to go I try to give myself 2 hours before I have to leave.

Don N.
At least 6 hours sleep is necessary whenever you take it after that wake up. Try to sleep and wake up at the same time everyday

Brooklyn T.
Depending on your lifestyle. But it's better to be asleep during 11pm to 6am bcoz it's the time for body to "recharge". I usually wake up at 7:30am

Eva Z.
I imagine that waking up early enough to have time to exercise, eat a healthy breakfast and get ready for your day without stressing is best.

Cecilie P.
What a curious question. I am an early bird and am awake by 5. But I need to be in bed by 09h30. What's your body clock.. and what time do u want to wake up

Penny O.
Wake up at a time that when you look at the clock as your alarm goes off, you are rested enough to be excited about getting a jump start on the day. I set my alarm for 6am and give myself 15 minutes to wake up before I start my morning activity. I love to sleep in, however if I’ve gone to bed before 12pm, I can usually get up at 6am. This allows myself time to complete my morning routine, giving me a sense of achievement before the day begins.

Iris W.
This is a daily struggle for me. I find if I go to sleep late, I tend to procrastinate in the morning. The ideal time to wake up is anytime between 6 and 7. Scientifically, it is actually 7:20, I believe. I also find that if I gain awareness anytime after 9, the whole morning is lost. Before 8, we are good. It really is all a mental struggle. Once you beat that, you are golden!

Erwan Y.
Depends on your current morning routine and what all you need to achieve each morning.
5:00-5:30 am is the best time per most health gurus.
Personally I need minimum 7 hours sleep. I usually cannot get to sleep before 10 pm so I typically wake at 6 am. My morning routine takes 1.5 hours.

Zeni S.
It's important to sleep enough. Therefore it depends of how much you need, between six to eight hours after you sleep or I like to use a sleepti.me and follow indications.

Karl Werner T.
30 minutes before the sun rises, without a doubt! Right now my life requires me to be up 2 hours before the sun rises but I love the quiet time I have to myself before the sun comes up, and I love watching the sky change colors.

Ethan W.
I should wake up around 9-10 because before that is too early i will not be in a good mood but after that is too late and i miss too much of the day

Camila G.
Your lifestyle would determine your wake up time. I try to wake up about two hours before I need to be at work. That will give me time to pray, meditate and maybe get in some quick yoga. On my off days it’s all depends on what I have scheduled for that day, but again a couple hours prior to the planned activities.

Hanna F.
Depends on your obligations and the goals you set for your every day. In my opinion it's best to enjoy and seize the day. So any time from 7 to 10 is a good start. Personally I wake up at 9.

Liva E.
This is a wonderful question. While everyone’s commitments are different, I believe waking up an hour or two before your first commitment allows for “you” time. Time to slowly rise, make a yummy breakfast and do something that centers you for the day.

If you don’t have any commitments presently, I think it’s a great idea to set a time, and commit to it every morning to help get your body into a routine.

Above all, be sure to get a good amount of deep, restorative sleep.