They have a rooster that makes a loud sound every morning.
Crying baby every morning will surely wake up the parents.
And I believe that if you make a habit to sleep early and wake up every 5 in the morning, you will get used to it and no need for alarm clock.
Would hear the rooster crow, thinking to themselves I have got to get up with the chickens!
i have heard early morning bell rings from the church and sounds made by birds and roosters wake people up even now. That might have helped them even then.
Yes,rooster makes a loud sound morning.So they worked as alarms.
Good question. I heard some people tell me they had to rely on their internal time clock. Going to bed at a regular time helped. Maybe they slept where the sun would hit their eyes, waking them up early.
The rooster and sunshine I would say was their wake up call.
The biological clock is what everyone has.
You could do an experiment. In bed before falling a sleep tell yourself that you have to wake up certain time, repeat it to yourself a few times and you would wake up when you should.
sometimes i do this. For example, when I want to wake up at 8 in the morning, by setting up the biological clock I wake up at 07:59 exactly 1 minute before actual time.
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