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CatfishJohn
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
I would train myself to do this, but I don't want to do it on weekends because I love staying up late on Friday/Saturday nights.

I don't think you can do this 5 days a week and not the other 2. It's an all or none type situation.

So I go to bed at 11 and wake up at 630.


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turnpiketiger
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Member since May 2020
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
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Log on to work


This work from home bull shite is still a thing?


Tempratt
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Member since Oct 2013
8391 posts

re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
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With two young kids, I'm usually up around 6:15 - 6:45


I try to get my 11 year old daughter to stay up late so that she will sleep late. That way we sleep late. Or she'll crawl in our bed with her ipad.


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The Boat
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
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Don’t fight your DNA. Some people are naturally not morning people. There’s nothing wrong with this.


It's a thyroid problem


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baobabtiger
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Member since May 2009
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
You get excited about life. I can’t wait to wake up. Not saying that it’s easy rolling out of bed but once my feet hit the floor at 4:15 I’m ready to go.


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DVinBR
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
my body likes to wake up when the sun is up in the morning, early morning hours are typically still dark


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Yewkindewit
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
I’m retired and was sleeping until 9 to 9:30 and easily sleeping 10+ hours a night. I don’t nap during the day. I changed to an alarm at 7:00am to be on a schedule and that is working well for me. After 2 hours of coffee and reading I am ready to move on to whatever is happening that day.


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Sev09
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
I haven’t read this whole thread so it was probably mentioned, but look into The Miracle Morning. There are free ebooks on this if you look hard enough


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Undertow
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
Some people are just wired differently. My dad used to wake up every day at 4-5 am, take a nap in the early afternoon, and go to sleep about midnight.


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ThatsABigGeauxTigers
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
Has anyone in here mentioned Adderall yet


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WildManGoose
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Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2005
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
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And I'm not just making this shite up, it's published medical information from one of the leading sleep experts in the world.


This guy?

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Why We Sleep was subject to criticism by Alexey Guzey, an independent researcher with a background in economics, in an essay entitled "Matthew Walker's 'Why We Sleep' Is Riddled with Scientific and Factual Errors".[18][19]

Guzey, together with Andrew Gelman, a statistician at Columbia University, accused Walker of falsification of data in an article published in Chance.[20] Guzey and Gelman argued that "it is unethical to reproduce a graph and remove the one bar in the original graph that contradicts your story".[20] Gelman suggested that the case entered into the territory of "research misconduct"


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Walker failed to disclose that numerous meta-analyses involving over 4 million adults found the lowest mortality was associated with 7 hours of sleep, and that the increased risk of death associated with sleeping more than 7 hours was significantly greater than the risk of sleeping less than 7 hours as defined by a J-shaped curve. Psychologist Stuart J. Ritchie criticised Walker's approach in his book. "Walker could have written a far more cautious book that limited itself to just what the data shows, but perhaps such a book wouldn’t have sold so many copies or been hailed as an intervention that ‘should change science and medicine'".


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joshreed293
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Member since Sep 2015
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
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Likewise for the week, everybody walks their dogs around 7 AM. So we walk our dog at 6 AM to beat the crowd.


There is a big enough crowd of people walking their dogs at 7am that you have to wake up early to avoid them?

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All of that is going to come crashing down as I start in public accounting


As you start in public accounting? I’m so confused by this post.


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The Torch
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re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
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This work from home bull shite is still a thing?


I was working from home before working from home was cool, going on five years now


SCgamecock2988
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Member since Oct 2015
7357 posts

re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
When I worked at home the past year (March 2020 - March 2021), my arse woke up - or at least stayed in bed, until 8:30 on the dot. Then I'd walk my arse to my PC, log in, then start cleaning my apartment or whatever else I needed to do like laundry. Man I miss it.


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MintBerry Crunch
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Member since Nov 2010
3208 posts

re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
Work out twice in a day. Get very sleepy. Go to bed early. Rinse. Repeat.

Do this enough days in a row and you’ll adjust.


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Bigfishchoupique
Member since Jul 2017
4428 posts

re: How to become an early-riser "morning person"
I am generally up shite,showered and shaved by 3:45AM. It becomes a routine.

I usually start the GMT at 4:00AM on the dot.

Jump in the shower as soon as you wake up.
Scrub your limbs toward your heart. It stimulates your veins and gets your nerve endings fired up.

Got to bed by 7:30 or 8. Don’t drink a lot. Most of the time. Yesterday I drank a case of beer but I started at 6:17AM and finished at 2:00PM. Then I drank water. A lot of it.

Don’t eat too late or heavy.

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