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  1. Well, I would probably assume that this is due to your sleep pattern.

    First, you should not go to bed on the same day as you wake up, i.e. before 12 o'clock in the morning. There are articles on the Internet that describe exactly what happens at a certain hour of the night in the human body, you can read it if you suddenly become interested.
    Secondly, sleeping too long is also not good, because you wake up immediately like a boiled potato and do not even want to get out of bed. How much sleep is optimal for you can be determined experimentally. For me, for example, it is 7-8 hours.
    Personally, I always get very sick in the morning if the room is stuffy or I'm completely under the covers and I'm too warm, or if I'm warmly dressed. Therefore, untangle yourself, open the windows and ventilate – the fresh air is invigorating.

    Plus, there is also such a feature as fast and slow sleep phases. I won't go into details (because I don't remember the 8th grade biology material very well), but it's much easier for a person to wake up during the fast phase of sleep. How to wake up during REM sleep? It occurs every hour and a half, if I'm not mistaken. Therefore, try to make the number of hours of your sleep a multiple of one and a half hours.

    Well, no one canceled a refreshing shower in the morning.

    Good luck!

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