Do you ever wake up exhausted? If so, you’re not alone.

Motivationally speaking, mornings can be difficult. I’m not sure anyone really loves mornings. It’s tempting to hit the snooze button (a couple of times). The issue is, snoozing that way confuses your brain.

Hal Elrod, the author of the “Miracle Morning,” has spoken to thousands of people about how they feel in the morning. He’s found that just about everyone has this issue. He calls this the wake-up motivational level (WUML).

The good news is there are several things you can do to increase your WUML from a level 1 (no way I’m getting up) to a level 10 (ready to wake up and embrace the day).

What if I told you you could boost your energy levels, as though you’d taken a shot of espresso, in under two minutes?

In this article, we’ll explore an easy two-minute energy-boosting hack, look at whether a hot or cold shower is best, how often you should shower, as well as discover the “Energising Shower Method.” So that you can enjoy an early morning energy boost, simply by optimising how you approach showering.