Read a book, wash the dishes, take a walk with the dog, make breakfast - waking up a little light, you can have time to redo a bunch of things while everyone is asleep. To learn to get up early, you need to develop a certain regime and adhere to it constantly. If you want to wake up without hindrance at fixed hours, wake up in the morning at the same time every day: on weekdays, and on weekends, and on holidays.
The biological clock in a person is adjusted gradually. Move to the desired mode smoothly, without sudden jumps. To start, for example, get up fifteen minutes earlier than usual and wake up like this all week. Then move the lifting time back 15 minutes more and fix the result in the same way. The shift interval may be longer, but it should not cause you any noticeable discomfort.
If you have the patience to make this gradual transition, you will end up with a stable and easy awakening in the morning hours you want. The most important preventive measure in this case will only be not to "knock down" the regime by accident, maintaining and supporting it for a long time.
Place the alarm clock in hard-to-reach places away from the bed. To turn off the “screaming” alarm in the morning, you will have to get up and move around, which will help you to cheer up a little and increase your chances of a successful awakening.
When you wake up in the morning, overcome the temptation to go back to bed, even if "for just five more minutes." Go to the toilet, wash your face, take a shower, brush your teeth, make coffee, make sandwiches - in a word, do everything that can distract you from the thoughts of a warm cozy bed and bring you closer to full wakefulness.
Getting up in the morning is much easier when there is something to do it for. When you go to bed in the evening, plan important things for yourself in the morning and the day ahead that will motivate you to wake up and get out of bed as soon as possible. On the contrary, a dull, boring and monotonous life is unlikely to inspire you to such feats as getting up at five in the morning.
To get up early and feel normal during the day, you need to lie down on time and rest in a comfortable environment. Instead of wandering aimlessly on the web or watching TV, go to bed with a clear plan to get up at a specific time. If possible, remove all extraneous noise and light stimuli for the period of your night sleep, and then you can easily wake up in the morning with a "clean" fresh head.