What is "enough" sleep? 

The number of sufficient hours is not the same for everyone, so it's important to start by determining yours. We often hear that 7-8 hours is correct. But this is the average, which means that some people need more and others less. 

Don't forget that - at the moment - the quality of your sleep is not at its best, which can give the impression that you need to sleep more.

Morning tiredness can be normal. It depends on your chronotype. Some people are not morning people and therefore have trouble waking up, feeling "foggy" for a little while. For others, as soon as the alarm clock rings, they are up and raring to go!

Tiredness can also be due to non-restorative sleep. But in this case, you should have other signals that confirm this, such as feeling very sleepy during the day, having trouble concentrating, etc.

The first thing to do is eliminate any medical causes, such as sleep apnea. If you're not prone to it or you're already being treated for it, then we can move on to the Moonoa method: Acting on everyday factors that can disrupt your sleep (habits, lifestyle, thoughts, emotions, etc.).

A top tip for you: To help you wake up in the morning, get out of bed quickly, be active by opening the shutters/curtains, and expose yourself to natural or artificial light. This signals to your body that the day is starting and you need energy!