Phillips Wake Up Light

Do you have trouble waking up?

Really what person with ADHD hasn’t struggled with this at some point? Well, we’ve got a great recommendation for you! Use the power of the sun to start your day and help balance your body. 

Sunrise/Sunset Simulating Wake Up Alarm Clock

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation and Sunset Fading Night Ligh
This is the original wake up light from Phillips.

Member Brittni says “This alarm clock was a game-changer for me…it simulates the sunrise so my body/mind can adjust/prepare before my alarm goes and it gives me some daylight during those months when your alarm may be waking you up before the actual sunrise. I usually have a more difficult time waking up/getting out of bed if my room is dark and it usually is because I need blackout curtains to help me fall asleep at night … So this clock has worked wonders”

Wake Up Light Sunrise Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, Sleep Aid, Dual Alarms, FM Radio, Snooze, Nightlight, Daylight, 7 Colors, 7 Natural Sounds
Here’s our pick for a budget-friendly buy under $50.
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  1. Waking up is really hard for me if I don’t have an serious urgency. This might be bad, but I tell myself that when I take my meds, I will feel less groggy. That’s how I drag myself out of bed when I feel so tired. In reality, getting up and drinking water and getting started probably makes the bigger difference. But, whatever works, right?!