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5 Tips to Start Your Day With Good Mood

Updated on September 16, 2019
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It is well known that getting up early is not easy, it is very heavy for us. To whom it has not happened that you have to place up to three alarms to finally wake up because they want a little more time (the famous 5 minutes), but you know that the more you postpone it later it will be done and you get up in a bad mood, reluctantly and everything hits you. But all is not lost and that is why I bring you these wonderful tips to start your day in a good mood.

1. Leave everything ready the night before

Preparing everything you will need the next day saves you time and avoids the stress of having to take your clothes out of your closet and find out that you are missing an ingredient for your breakfast.

2. Change the alarm sound

Do not even think about getting up with that infernal melody that brings our mobile device as an alarm, replace those typical melodies with your favorite song, a song that fills you with energy and you can not help but want to dance when you listen to it. Don't cancel it, let it ring and take your cell phone to the bathroom.

3. Do stretching

Wake up everything you can, take advantage of the music you placed; if you have time do a little exercise, this releases endorphins that generate well-being and joy. This allows your muscles and blood flow to activate. Smiling is a plus.

4. Take a shower with cold water

I know it doesn't sound so nice but after having done the stretching it will be less impact and I assure you it will be very beneficial and will help you. Here is an article from the Psychology and Mind portal that talks about the great benefits of showering with cold water: https://psicologiaymente.com/vida/beneficios-ducharse-agua-fria

5. Breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day so it is not advisable to skip it. You can prepare a rich and nutritious breakfast in a short time and as the saying goes: Full belly, happy heart.

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      Eric Dierker 

      6 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Really good. I like them all. Cold shower - not so much. That really tightens up my muscles - but should try it after stretching. Thanks

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