Do you have sleep issues? Sleep Hack
Do some research on Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS). I have never been a morning person, anyone who dared talk to me before my coffee would pay a heavy price, I started drinking coffee at 16. I just recently was diagnosed with ADHD, and have been doing a hyper focused info dive on it. Came across DSPS and honestly was a game changer. One of the treatments recommended was light therapy. Make sure daylight hits your retinas within a half hour of waking up. You're supposed to talk to a specialist to appropriately expose yourself to daylight to gradually reset your sleep pattern.... But ain't nobody got time for that. I went on Amazon,and bought daylight lightbulbs. I replaced every lightbulb on the main floor, and in the bedrooms. I noticed a difference the first day! Bonus: they also help with wintertime blues. The other thing that I needed to do, which I hated even the thought of doing but is soooo worth it, was cutting out coffee/caffeine 😖. I replaced it with cacao powder in hot water (with a tiny bit of sugar, and cream). It's not a stimulant, but because it's rich in many of the minerals, and vitamins people with ADHD are deficient in, and promotes the brain to produce the chemicals our ADHD brains are deficient in it actually balances out your body to not need caffeine. You do need a build up of it before it starts working 100%, but you should only need 1 cup/go mug of it a day. On occasion I have felt extra tired in the morning like I NEED coffee(due to interrupted sleep, or choosing to stay up past my bed time), so I have one(I put a scoop of cacao powder in too, so I don't lose my build up), and it totally messes up my sleep schedule for three days or more if I decided to continue the morning coffee bad life choice. Seriously! Cutting out coffee was the best thing I've done for my sleep, and energy levels, but it has been the most begrudging thing I've ever quit.