Americans Are Using Motivation To Get Out Of Bed


It takes Americans an average of 24 minutes to actually get out of bed and start the day.

In order to combat these groggy, snoozing habits, people change their alarm times an average of 38 times a year.

While it’s not surprising to see “groggy” as the top way to feel after waking up, 18 percent of respondents shared they actually wake up happy and another 11 percent also wake up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and feel motivated to take on the day.

Over three-quarters of respondents were in agreement that maintaining a morning routine helped them stay motivated and get out of bed.

So many things that happen during the day are out of your control. A morning routine is something you can always rely on to be consistent,” said Madison Muire, Editor at Mattress Nerd. “While there are many factors that make it easier to wake up, so many of them are subject to change: the weather, daily plans, etc.

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