I have accepted my every-morning-getting-out-of-bed aches. Typically, they don’t last long. "I ache all over" was my father’s morning greeting late in life. I was sure I inherited the a.m. aching from him.
However, I have learned that there is a reason for waking pain. When you have been lying down for a long time, according to physical therapist Maryclaire Capetta, waking up with a tight body is “almost a universal human experience.” It seems that the lubrication of your joints and fascia becomes thicker and “glides” with more difficulty. (See https://nyti.ms/3vqmMHL). Your body temperature dropping when you sleep can make this happen.
Possible solutions include a before-you-get-out-of-bed cat stretch, marching in place for a bit when you stand up or as a friend of mine recommends, keep a bottle of Tylenol and some water on your night table. Take one pill upon opening your eyes.
Have a nice day.