It tooks me little bit more than two days to feel good in the morning, but still I often returned to bed soon after visiting bathroom and kitchen, an oversleept for anything between 30 and 180 minut. Often I haven`t really slept, I was just lying in bed and enjoing the 'comfort'. Sure that start of the day was very slow then and I have difficulties to sleep during the nap.
One thing I discovered recently and witch works good for me in the morning is to use recording of your voice. Just sit down in the evening, write a statement what you want to do in the morinig and then record it in your mobile and use it as alarm. And don't forget to add phrases like "Good morning, you decided to wake up now", "This will be the great start to your day", "best day in your life is here", "what a great morning" or something like that .)
Hope this helps, it`s the only strategy which works successfuly for me, probably because of self-esteem (self-respect?). And it also tells you what are you going to do and if you design your plan wisely, you can feel awake quickly. The meaning of this is to tell your brain what actions to take. If you spend 15 minutes out of bed occupied with something, it`s unlikely that you will feel the need to return to bed.