After getting the recommended amount of sleep, you may not even need an alarm to help wake you up. If that’s the case, congrats! If not, don’t worry. Just promise not to hit the snooze button after the alarm goes off.
Adam Tishman, sleep expert and co-founder of Helix mattress company, told The Thirty, “When you let yourself fall back asleep, you're tricking your body into thinking it's going back into sleep mode. When your alarm goes off again, your body and brain are confused, resulting in that foggy feeling called sleep inertia. Sleep inertia can stay with you throughout the day, making you actually feel more tired throughout the day."
To avoid hitting the snooze button, it’s imperative that you get enough sleep and go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even during weekends. Soon enough, your body will become accustomed to the routine and will eventually learn to wake up on its own.