5 Tips for a Better Morning

5 Tips for a Better Morning - Sober Rush

Let’s face it, not everyone is a morning person. Sometimes we stay up too late scrolling social media, or we might’ve had a few too many drinks one evening. No matter what, it isn’t always easy to start the day. Good news! We can help. Here are five tips for a better morning.

Prepare the Night Before

Waking up late can be hectic enough on its own, but it’s even harder when you have to scramble to find the right clothes or make a quick lunch. Save yourself the hassle by preparing as much as you can the night before. It won’t solve all your A.M. issues, but it will make getting up and out the door a lot less stressful.

Fuel Your Body With Breakfast

The old phrase “you are what you eat” is helpful to remember, but when you eat is just as important. Here’s the deal: fueling your body doesn’t require a big breakfast or a lot of time in the kitchen. Even a simple smoothie will give your brain and body the calories it needs to start the day strong.

Don’t Hit That Snooze Button

Regardless of how you wake up feeling, it’s always tempting to press the snooze button on your alarm for just a few extra minutes (or more, depending on the number of times you hit it) of uninterrupted sleep. We do this despite the fact that those extra minutes never include quality sleep. Do yourself a favor. Go ahead and get up. You may need those extra nine minutes to make breakfast!

Get Moving

Movement – from a simple stretching routine to going for a run – is a great way to get your heart rate up in the morning. After seven or eight hours of sleep, you need something to get blood pumping to your muscles and brain. Doing a physical activity you love in the morning – even if it only takes 15 minutes – is sure to improve the rest of your day.

Hydrate Early and Often

Most of us don’t get enough water, and dehydration causes multiple issues – from headaches and fatigue to dry skin and difficulty concentrating. Make sure you begin drinking water early in the day and give yourself a goal (for example, one liter by lunchtime) to help you stay on track.

Final Thought

Most of us know that drinking alcohol can make a good night’s sleep harder to achieve, which makes waking up in the morning even harder than it has to be. With Sober Rush, the alcohol you drink is eliminated three times faster than your body can on its own. That means still being able to enjoy a night out and still wake up feeling fresh.

Sober Rush is all-natural, easy to carry in your pocket or purse, and even easier to take. Just two tablets before your first drink will put you in control and eliminate the chances of a hangover. When you feel better, your whole day goes better. Sober Rush makes it happen.

Order yours today – you’ll be so glad you did!

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