Stop Tiredness Now claims to end constant tiredness, eliminate fatigue and give you more energy.
Our modern society expects us to buzz around and be constantly “on the ball”. So many things are available 24/7. The days of Sunday being a day of rest have been consigned to history. Especially when there’s a deadline to be met.
It’s no wonder we suffer from almost constant tiredness. But will this report help you to overcome your seemingly constant tiredness?
Can the Stop Tiredness report help you overcome your constant tiredness?
It starts by examining your sleep patterns as well as the quality of sleep that you’re getting.
Not all sleeping hours are equal – even if you’re getting 7 or 8 hours sleep a night, most of them may not count for much. If you’ve ever gone to sleep with your head full of ideas, you’ll have a handle on this.
You’re then given a number of different techniques to implement that will help you to get the quality sleep that you need and deserve.
After all, if you’re tired all the time, it stands to reason that you’re not getting quality sleep. Again, you’ll know that when you do get to have a lie in, you don’t necessarily wake up refreshed and rejuvenated. Indeed, sometimes you end up being even more tired than if you didn’t have those extra hours in bed.
The Stop Tiredness Now report explains how you can begin to understand your own sleep cycle, which in turn is an important step to working out why you’re feeling drowsy all the time.
There are some examples to help you understand the process and work out your own sleep cycle pattern.
Moving on, if you’re in the habit of pressing the snooze button when your alarm goes off, it sounds counter-intuitive but you’re increasing your chances of feeling tired. Pressing “snooze” is bad news – this report explains why.
Then the report explains something called your circadian rhythm. This is a scientific term for your body clock, which in turn governs when you are more likely to be more awake or asleep. Sure, you can over-rule this – night shift workers do so regularly – but it’s worth being aware of it. And ideally working with your body clock, rather than against it. There are some good pointers in this section to help you work with your body clock.
Stress levels can also affect how tired we feel. One of the side effects of stress can be difficulty sleeping. Some stress is outside your control – that report you have to hand in; the time the departure gates close, oblivious to the fact that you’re stuck in traffic.
But a lot of stress can be either managed or at least tamed.
And some of the things you could be doing to relieve your stress may be inadvertently contributing to it.
This is all covered well and there’s a section dealing with relaxation techniques that you can use to help reduce your stress levels. I use several of these on a regular basis, so I can vouch for their effectiveness.
Any report on sleep wouldn’t be complete if it didn’t have a section talking about one of society’s legal drugs – caffeine.
Sure, we all know that coffee and cola are both high caffeine products. But that headache tablet? Or even some weight loss products. There’s a handy chart with typical caffeine levels so you can make an informed decision on the subject. Plus a number of alternatives to your regular caffeine shot.
If you’re using caffeine to stay awake – like many students do when cramming just before their exams – then turn to the section that talks about how to stay awake without caffeine.
The effects of both smoking and alcohol on your sleep are also examined in depth.
Next up is exercise. If you’re like most of us, you probably don’t get as much exercise as you’d like to. After all, it’s really easy to put off exercising until “tomorrow”. Which if you’re anything like me really means “never”.
There’s an 8 week exercise plan that takes you gently from couch potato to someone who takes regular exercise. If you’re brave enough to follow this part of the plan, you’ll certainly find that your tiredness and insomnia will beat a rapid retreat from your life. Especially if you keep up with it by using the suggested exercise diary.
You could do all this and still not be getting a good night’s rest. Sitting there, wondering what you’re doing wrong.
Which is where the section covering “conditions of sleep” comes into play.
All sorts of things affect your sleep – or lack of.
Which means if you’re already quite good at all the things we’ve covered so far, you should turn to this section.
It covers 6 different things that will all contribute to how well you sleep each night.
And if you still feel tired occasionally during the day, take a look at the section on power naps, those short breaks where you can replenish your energy levels in minutes.
Finally, if you’re not a fan of sleeping pills, there’s a section on natural sleeping aids.
Stop Tiredness Now is comprehensive and well explained.
If you’re constantly tired, it’s well worth getting hold of a copy and following the advice in it. The ideas are practical and many of them are easy to implement in your day to day life.