There’s truly nothing worse than waking up in the morning after a full night of sleep feeling tired. Especially if you’re putting in the effort to go to bed early and exercising good sleep hygiene – waking up tired can feel incredibly frustrating.

More than that, it’s confusing. You’re thinking, “But I got at least a solid 8 hours of sleep!” And while this is the case, it’s not a cause for concern if it happens once in a while, bad dreams and waking up periodically can make us feel more sluggish in the morning. But if you find that this is a persistent issue, it’s time to address it head on.

In this article we get into some of the main reasons that could be contributing to your daytime drowsiness and what you can do about it. Our goal is to give you information so that you can once again wake up bright-eyed and bushy tailed!

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No More Waking Up Tired

It’s time to take back control of your sleep quality and energy levels. This certainly isn’t an exhaustive list of causes and good practices. Implement needed lifestyle changes along with seeing a doctor – you may need additional medical support and treatment for underlying medical conditions.

Here’s to putting an end to waking up tired!