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Kaley Cuoco's Barking Alarm Clock!!!

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Woof!

That's the sound Kaley Cuoco hears every morning from her "alarm clock".

And the best part is this certain "alarm clock" doesn't need electricity or batteries to run.

Why?

Because it is Kaley's dog!!!

Here's what she wrote alongside a picture of her and her pup:

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Parents! Here's A Sleep Solution For Your Sweet Little Ones!

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What a cool idea!

Mother of three Michele Berman was desperately looking for a solution to help her kids go to sleep. It seems they just wouldn't want go to bed - until she created

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Cat Door-Stopper Alarm Clock!

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Are you having trouble waking up in the morning?

Well, a cat banging on your door could do the trick!

This cat (above) does NOT like to be without his owner and everyday, around 5AM, he makes sure EVERYONE is awake!

And we wasted 15 bucks on our alarm clock! LOLz!

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The Benefits Of Eating Like An 'Alarm Clock' While Training

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A FitPerez reader has been inspired by Hugh Jackman's HAWT Wolverine bod in the X-Men films, but wants to know if his training methods will actually work for a non-celebrity. For answers, they wrote diet author and former Biggest Loser host Ajay Rochester, asking:

Hi Ajay,

I heard Hugh Jackman say that when he was training for X-men and when he got that incredible body to die for that he became an “alarm clock” when it came to food, even waking up at 2 am to have egg white protein shakes. How can eating like this help people without Hollywood trainers?

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Why Your Alarm Clock May Be Making You Feel Terrible In The Morning

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Don't hit the snooze button!

If you find yourself constantly waking up groggy and feeling miserable for the first hour of your day, it may be time for a change, so consider giving this expert advice a shot!

First of all, sleep expert Dr. Neil Stanley does not advise taking advantage of that all-to-tempting snooze button on your alarm, saying:

"If you hit the snooze button you may go back into deep sleep and you’re not supposed to wake from deep sleep — you’re supposed to pass to the lighter preparation stage first, then open your eyes. So snoozing creates a huge shock to the body and it makes you feel awful. If you wake up feeling worse, you’ll only be tempted to hit snooze again and then you’re in for a vicious cycle."

Dr. Stanley also advises learning how to rely on your body's alarm clock instead of the one you bought at Target, continuing:

"The body loves rhythm and predictability. Most tiredness happens because we are very bad at sticking to regular bedtimes — going to bed and getting up at the same time every day…If your body doesn’t have rhythm, it doesn’t know when you’re waking up and so it doesn’t prepare like this. The alarm goes off and your body’s not ready, and that’s why you feel so exhausted."

In order to take advantage of our body's clock, first we need to set a healthy rhythm, so the expert recommends:

"If you set your alarm for the same time every day — even weekends and holidays — in a matter of weeks your body will accurately be able to tell the time."

Sounds like it's worth a shot to us!

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