I normally take ages (took, reason for that later) to wake up 3-4 cups of coffee, etc.
Just got myself an Axbo alarm clock. Thing wakes you up at the best time (sleep phase measurement through movement tracking).
Basically, you give it the time that is the LAST possible moment you want to wake up. It chekcs the half hour before, and when you are close to waking anyway, it gives you the final push (alarm sound) to wake you.
Finally, if you are just too deep under, it will wake you at the time you entered, like any alarm would.
My experience so far:
- Takes a while to get used to the idea and to trust the thing.
- It really feels like waking up on your own, some mornings, I did not realize the thing is waking me the first few seconds.
- You still need to get out of bed, but I am literally awake after a minute, not after an hour of being out of bed.
- It will not help you sleep less. If you don't get enough sleep, you don't get enough sleep and you'll still be tired. (Still easier in the morning, tho)
All in all, the fucker is expensive, but worth it.
Here is the info (non-affiliated, to show you this is not just a sales pitch)