Udayavni Special

How to wake up early? Here are a few tips to help you become an early riser

Team Udayavani, Apr 6, 2020, 4:31 PM IST

It is said that waking up early is one of the best ways to be more productive and cheerful throughout the day. But most people struggle to wake up early due to unhealthy sleep cycle.

Here are a few tips to help you wake up early

First thing is to not drive yourself with guilt of waking up early. Always get excited about your day.

It is important to sleep well and avoid using mobile phones while going to sleep.

Have a specific morning routine like yoga or something simple like feeding your pets as it makes it easier to wake up early.

Keep yourself motivated and try training your mind in such a way that you be determined to do the task. Watch motivational videos and read blogs.

After you wake up, it is your duty to make your mornings more fun and productive so that it acts as a motivation for next day.


Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Cyclone Nivar: 1200 rescue troopers deployed, 800 on standby, says NDRF chief

Govt of India blocks 43 more Chinese mobile apps, including AliExpress, Alipay Cashier, CamCard

Russia says Sputnik V vaccine over 95 pc effective against COVID-19

Guard against laxity in Covid-19 fight; bring fatality rate under 1%: PM Modi to CMs

India successfully test-fires land-attack version of BrahMos supersonic cruise missile

No FIRs to be launched on basis of amendment brought to Police Act: Kerala govt to HC

COVID-19 vaccine: India Aatmanirbhar for syringes, says industry

Related Articles More

How did a dosing error lead to Oxford vaccine’s 90% effectiveness?

COVID-19 vaccine: India Aatmanirbhar for syringes, says industry

Are dining tents a safe way to eat out during the pandemic?

COVID-19: One crore frontline healthcare workers identified to receive vaccine in first phase

Oxford University vaccine ‘effective’ at preventing COVID-19; shows 70% protection


Karavali gets introduced to Japanese ‘kokedama’ art

Road Ashram’ campaign to study the effects of the novel coronavirus

Auto Rickshaw driver feeds stray dogs in Surathkal | Umesh Devadiga | Udayavani

First Female Auto rickshaw driver Vijayalakshmi from Surthakal

Science and Health Benefits of Ghee | Ayurveda Tips in Kannada

Latest Additions

India Put to Use Significant Scientific Calibre in Response to Covid-19, Says Harsh Vardhan

BSF-Pak Rangers hold flag meeting along IB; Pak intruder’s body handed over

DoT accepts proposal on ‘0’ prefix for all calls from landlines to mobile phones

Twitter working on warning users trying to like misleading posts: Report

ICC nominates Kohli, Ashwin for Men’s Player of the Decade Award

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.