Don’t you hate waking up with your brain feeling like it is in a field of peach fuzz that doesn’t allow you to think straight? You just can’t wait to get that morning coffee to clear out the cobwebs in your head.
It’s a good thing you found this article because we will go over six habits you can do every day to get rid of that morning fuzziness and any future brain fog to boot. The best thing is these habits aren’t too hard to implement and will become second nature once you get the hang of it.
1. Give Attention to Your Neck
First, ensure your neck is rarely in awkward positions. Our necks are so beat up thanks to everyone’s habit of looking down at their cell phone. Most chiropractors recommend you keep your neck straight by looking forward at all times.
Bad neck alignment can often lead to terrible headaches due to joint irritation and muscle tension, which results from looking down too long or a sedentary lifestyle. Humans are not meant to look down for extended periods, so try to look straight and give your neck a roll every once in a while.
2. Fix Your Posture
Next, you must address your posture because that will also play a massive role in how your head feels when you wake up. It’s not enough for your neck to be straight. You must also align your torso correctly so you don’t damage muscles or joints.
Of course, some people are born with diseases that affect the alignment of their spine, like scoliosis, so they have a legitimate reason for exhibiting poor posture. However, for most of the population, the lousy posture is self-inflicted.
Luckily, there are a few simple fixes for the rest of the people who have bad posture due to sitting too much at work or staring down at a cell phone. For cell phones, numerous neck attachments on the market allow you always to keep your device at eye level.
Meanwhile, many people have invested in standing desks during the workday to address their poor posture.
3. Stand and Rest Instead of Sitting
As mentioned, a standing desk is one way of fixing constant poor posture, leading to nagging headaches. But another way to