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Photo: Jeramey Lende (Shutterstock) The life of a “morning person” sounds so peaceful and organized. Imagine waking up on time—even early—to make breakfast, do yoga, plan an outfit, or otherwise calmly get ready for the day. Must be nice. The reality is that plenty of us wake up in a panic after oversleeping, completely tuning out our alarms until the last possible second, then rushing into the day in a frenzy. So, how can you wake up on time if you keep sleeping through your alarm? Make sure you’re getting enough sleep Dr. Guy Meadows, co-founder and clinical lead at Sleep School , explained, “People often aren’t getting enough sleep during the night when they sleep through their alarm in the morning. Whether it’s one night or over the course of several nights, by not getting a full eight hours of sleep, you create a sleep debt that needs to be repaid.” Sleeping a ton on the weekend does not make up for getting little shut-eye during the week. Your body will fight to reclaim its rest time if you don’t actively give it enough, so make sure you’re setting and sticking to a real bedtime. Make a plan to go to sleep every night around 10 p.m., for instance. Starting at 9 p.m., get ready for bed. Relax. Read a book. Drink some caffeine-free tea. Do your skincare routine . Bust out the coziest pajamas you have. Put your phone down . Commit, most importantly, to actually going […]