"Morning blues" can be caused by a variety of reasons. You should not fight the "blues", but the causes.
- Have your health checked, at least the basic stuff, which can prevent you for having a good quality sleep.
- If the job is the cause of stressful life = bad sleep, you need to improve something about your job. (been there, done that)
- Increase the "intake" of fresh vegetables (most likely salads) and fruits.
- Increase the "intake" of seeds (nus, sun-flower seeds, pumpkin seeds etc.)
- Avoid sugar in all forms, including off-the-shelf juices, chocolate... It gives you a temporary boost, at the cost of draining your energy for the rest of the day. (been there, done that)
- Exercise - whatever you enjoy: gym, jogging, riding the bicycle, physical sports...
- Visit parks/ forests if they are anywhere close to you - supplement of fresh oxygen.
- Refresh the air in the bedroom before going to sleep.
- Shower before going to bed. My personal experience (strange but it works): I apply cold water (the coldest available at the tap, nothing hight tech) on arms and legs. After that, I sleep like a baby.
- Shower after you wake up - the minimum benefit is the physical exercise.
- Go to bed earlier.
About 3 and 4, I cannot give you yet many details, I am still experimenting. I generally prepare fresh salads with beet-root, carrots and apples. Additionally I add whatever I have available: mushrooms, celery (roots/leaves), lettuce, pears... Be careful that some vegetables MUST BE TREATED thermally (boiled, grilled) - otherwise they are toxic - e.g. the egg-plant.
Additionally, you may use some supplements of vitamins (C, D) and minerals (Ca, Mg). Black/blue, red and yellow / orange vegetables / fruits are the richest in nutrients.
Avoid (at least temporarily, as a test) meat. And alcohol, if it is the case.