What is the quickest way to get out of bed in the morning?1. The best solution is to exercise sleep hygiene and maintain a regular sleep pattern.
2. If you can't afford to do this, get an annoyingly loud alarm clock and place it away from your bed (e.g. near the sink) so you have to get up and walk a few steps to shut it off. If one clock is not enough, use a second clock.
3. If the first two strategies are not effective, you must start being creative. For instance, you can ask your roommate (if you have one) to wake you up using effective methods such as pulling your leg or placing ice on your sole. Your roommate should be in the right position to avert a possible involuntary attack (sleep drunkenness).
4. If all of the above techniques fail, try unconventional but safe methods. I know somebody who had to sleep on the floor and block the bathroom door so his roommate would be forced to wake him up on his way to the bathroom in the morning. But this is not really safe because of the chance your roommate will forget and trample on you.
5. The last solution (if applicable) is to avoid going to work/school early in the morning. If you are a student and you have a choice to pick your class schedule, don't pick classes that start early. If you can negotiate a shift in work schedule, do so. Get a sleep evaluation if you need to justify your request. For example, people with delayed sleep phase disorder will not be able to wake up early in the morning no matter how hard they try. See if your employer can put you on night shift or change your work schedule to align it with your natural biological clock. If your employer can do this, you will be relieved of all the morning stress and you will become more productive. It's a win-win for you and your company.
Disclaimer: This is not meant to be a medical advice or a prescription. It is not intended to be a substitute for standard medical care.