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    (Original post by History-Student)
    I had this during 6th Form. I did the dawn shift at a newsagent so had to be up at 4.30. Worked tere for about a year and after I quit I still woke up at 4.30 every weekend after for about a month just because it had become a habit. That was really annoying.
    4.30 :eek: that WOULD be annoying!

    (Original post by KingGoonIan)
    Indeed it is

    But you don't really answer the question.
    Yeah sorry, too tired to elaborate.

    (Original post by xDave-)
    I feel tired all day if I get up early and there seems to be nothing I can really do about it. My eye twitches all day long and I can barely keep them open. People are just claiming routine will help without any hard evidence, it didn't work for me. I've been to the doctors and they said there's nothing wrong with me so yeah...
    I have the same problem, in regards to the twitching of the eye because of tiredness . I think it's because I'm a restless sleeper nowadays. It could depend on when you go to bed as well. Are you always going to your bed at a reasonable time?

    If I have some time to kill in the morning then I'll Snooze my alarm on my phone once, have a cheeky 9 more minutes sleep, then wake up at the next alarm and then check Facebook/Twitter/News and by that point I should be fully awake. It's a gradual process.

    However, at Uni, I know I pretty much have to get up on the alarm so I physically drag myself to the shower and then a quick shower usually gets me alert.
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