How to Wake Up Quickly in the Morning? Pick-Me-Ups for Any Sleepyhead

    How to Wake Up Quickly in the Morning? Pick-Me-Ups for Any Sleepyhead

    10:33 AM EDT, August 13, 2022, updated: 1:12 PM EDT, August 19, 2022

    In the morning, many people find it hard to get out of bed. Especially if they go to work in the early hours. How to rouse yourself in the morning? There are some ways to do it.

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    # What Will Get Any Sleepyhead Back on Their Feet?

    Start your day with a glass of water. You can also add lemon juice to it. Drinking water on an empty stomach will rehydrate your body after a full night's sleep and improve your metabolism. In addition, it will wake you up quickly, improve concentration and stimulate your body to action.

    Ginger water is also a good alternative. Pour hot water over a piece of the root and wait a while. Such an infusion will significantly boost your metabolism.

    Do You Drink Anything Else in the Morning Instead of Coffee?

    You can replace black tea or coffee with green tea. Although it has less caffeine, but it has a more beneficial effect on the body. It cleanses it of toxins, lowers sugar levels and has a positive effect on the liver. You can drink it interchangeably with matcha, which is powdered green tea. One cup of it provides a lot of vitamin A and C, as well as potassium.

    How to Get Up Quickly in the Morning?

    Remember drinking cocoa for breakfast as a child? Go back to this ritual. This drink will provide magnesium, copper and iron. In addition, it supports the body's immunity and gets you on your feet quickly.

    Coffee or Black Tea? Which Has More Caffeine?

    An interesting experiment was recently conducted by the Consumer Foundation. Its members took coffee and tea under a magnifying glass and decided to see which beverage was more effective in getting back on your feet. It turned out that drinking 100 ml of most black teas will provide more caffeine than the same amount of coffee.

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    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) generally recognizes caffeine as safe. On average, an 8-ounce (240-mL) cup of coffee contains about 100 mg of caffeine. At this level, 4 cups of coffee per day will keep you within the safe limit of 400 mg of caffeine for healthy adults.

    Another natural source of caffeine is green tea. A 2017 study suggested that the combination of theanine and caffeine in green tea may improve brain function and cognition, as well as reduce anxiety. An 8-ounce (240-mL) serving of green tea provides about 30–50 mg of caffeine.

    Stay Awake !!!!!

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