Stop hitting that snooze button and don't ignore your alarm at all.
The extra five or ten minutes of sleep after hitting snooze is not as beneficial as you might think. Each time you drift back to sleep, your body starts a new sleep cycle, which will be abruptly interrupted when the alarm goes off again.
This leads to a fragmented and non-restorative form of rest.
Plus, if you consistently sleep past your first alarm, your internal body clock, or circadian rhythm, becomes confused. It struggles to differentiate between actual wake-up time and false starts, potentially throwing off your body's natural waking and sleeping rhythms. Over time, this can cause a sort of "jet lag" effect, leading to daytime fatigue, mood disturbances, and a decrease in overall alertness.
So, instead of going through all that, simply place your alarm clock or phone on the opposite side of your bed...