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- Joined: Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:07 am
- Last Name: Yaeger
- First Name: Adam
- Address: 4N 385 Briar lane 60106 Bensenville Il
I am currently having trouble waking up in the morning could the problem be my mattress? I was able to wake up and start working out the first couple mouths in the beginning of this work out course but now I can’t seem to GET UP!??
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- Joined: Wed Apr 30, 2008 12:27 pm
- Last Name: Hill
- First Name: Kirby
- Address: Kirby Hill 1023 Forrest Lane Carthage Texas 75633
- Phone: 9363713628
I wonder if you might be getting tired from your workout. If so, the answer is not to lesson your workout, but to increase your sleep. If your mattress is comfortable to you, the problem is probably not your mattress. Some things can interfere with sound sleep: TV, medications, caffiene, alcohol, noise. Determine the amount of sleep you need, then get it. Use the power of routine. Rhythm is a part of life and a definite part of sleep. Go to bed at a set time, get up at a set time. Henry has this down so pat that he gets up at exactly 5:18 every morning.