If you are feeling groggy in the morning, setting your alarm to play music instead of a buzzer may help.
The Doctors share how researchers in Australia found the type of alarm someone uses may affect how easily they wake up. Harsh buzzers and loud alarms can lead to more grogginess and confusion.
The research discovered alarms that offered up melodic and peaceful noises like wind chimes, sounds of nature, or music caused people to wake up in a more peaceful state.
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The Doctors note that drinking coffee, beverages with caffeine, and alcohol before bed can lead to poor sleep. They also suggest establishing a consistent sleep and wake schedule for better sleep.
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