3. Have a Healthy Breakfast
A nice healthy breakfast should keep you pepped up and full of energy until lunch time, but around a third of us usually skip breakfast! Try some porridge with fresh fruit, or a higher protein option like poached eggs on toast or Greek yoghurt with berries.
If you struggle to eat first thing in the morning, try a light snack like an apple, and take another snack to have on-the-go mid-morning when you find it easier to eat. In fact, the NHS recommends eating smaller meals every 3-4 hours rather than 3 bigger meals to help beat tiredness!
4. Don’t Snooze!
There’s evidence to suggest that hitting the snooze button could be causing your morning drowsiness. This is because it disrupts your normal sleep cycles and is less restful than sleeping straight through until you get up. If you struggle to get up straight away when your alarm goes off, try putting it on the other side of the room so you have to get up to turn it off.