Get up at the right time.
This may be vague, but learning to wake up in the “correct phase” of your sleep will actually help you start the day better. Your sleep is usually divided into a cycle that lasts 1.5 hours. That cycle goes like this: you start off with light sleep, then, you doze off into deep sleep. You then go back to light sleep or that sleep can turn into REM sleep. REM stands for Rapid Eye Movement. In the case of waking up at the right time, Dr. Jo Lichten, a PhD nutritionist, said that waking up during light sleep will help you gain more energy throughout the day. There are many apps and devices that can help you set you waking time correctly.