Posted by Stephen Teafatiller on April 11, 2017 at 2:46 PM. Filed under Connected Home, How To .

A Smart Way to Automate Your Morning

Waking up to morning light is considered by many to be the gentlest way to rouse oneself from slumber in the morning. This is why many people prefer to have their bedroom facing east so their body can gradually wake as the sun rises.

If you're like me and don’t have a bedroom facing the rising sun a convenient alternative is connecting a GE Bluetooth Plug-In Smart Switch to a lamp. This can be a great way to simulate the rising sun. The light will tell your body that the day is starting and ease you into the process of waking up. The Bluetooth Plug-In Smart Switch is simple to setup and will get you on your way to effortlessly waking up in the morning.

When setting up your Bluetooth Smart Switch, you will want the light to come on 10-20 minutes before you need to actually be awake so your body has time to process the light and gradually wake up. If possible, you should position the light source so that you notice it from your bed with your eyes closed, but not so close that it jars you awake. Until your body has regulated to waking up to light, don’t forget to set a backup alarm to ensure you are out of bed on time.

Another benefit of connecting your bedroom lamp to the GE Bluetooth Plug-In Smart Switch is that it’s usually easier to see in a lighted room so you may be able to avoid stepping on your cat’s tail or those random Lego blocks that always seem to find their way to the middle of the floor.

 


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About the Author | Stephen Teafatiller

Stephen joined Jasco in 2008 as a member of the inside sales team. Throughout his tenure, Stephen has held various positions within the company, which has allowed him to diversify his skills and attain a comprehensive understanding of Jasco's products and operations. His current position as a Digital Content Administrator allows him to utilize the knowledge he has gained along the way. Outside of work, Stephen enjoys spending quality time with his family and creating museum quality abstract art.

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