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Struggling To Get Out Of Bed This Morning? These Three Tips May Help You In Future

By David Saunders, Health Editor| UPDATED: 06:42, 05 November 2019

Many people get stuck in a routine of dragging themselves out of bed to get to work. We barely allow enough time for breakfast.

Spice up your routine with our tips below and notice how much better you feel.

Bring The Light To You

“If you feel especially down on dark mornings, consider using a special light lamp alarm clock. The lamp gradually turns itself on (and gets brighter and brighter) to mimic natural dawn sunrise, to wake you up slowly before your alarm goes off. Research has shown people feel more positive and find it easier to get out of bed in the darker months after using this kind of device,” says Nutritionist, Cassandra Barns.

Give Yourself An Energy Boost

You can boost your energy levels by feeding your body with essential nutrients. Natures Plus Source of Life Gold Liquid is the gold standard for whole-food based multivitamin supplementation. The all-natural ingredients provide energising, antioxidants and anti-ageing power which is sure to put a spring in your step and mood.

With an irresistible delicious tropical flavour, Natures Plus Source of Life Gold Liquid provides a complete daily vitamin profile of 13 vitamins and 8 minerals and all it takes is one 30ml dose per day. Natures Plus Source of Life Gold Liquid is gluten free and now Vegan Certified! (RRP £44.95, www.revital.co.uk)

Preparation Is Key

To help you feel more rested , ready to hit the sheets and in turn more able to wake up in the morning. Nutritionist Cassandra Barns recommends taking magnesium. “Magnesium is also known as ‘nature’s tranquilliser’ so try where possible, to add magnesium rich foods to your diet.

These include buckwheat, sunflower seeds, fish and leafy green vegetables. I’d also recommend taking KalmAssure Magnesium Powder, by Natures Plus (£24.50, www.naturesplus.co.uk). This is a naturally chelated magnesium which is very easy to absorb and easily delivered to the tissues.”


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