I have trouble sleeping. This is an ongoing problem since my teens, and I will wake up many times during the night. Once I am awake, I have trouble falling back asleep.
This affects every area of my life. When I’m tired I can’t concentrate, I lack motivation, and I’m short-tempered. Pile up a few sleepless nights and I have physical consequences.
I don’t like the side effects of pharma remedies. Naps make it worse. I fall asleep hard, and wake up groggy and feeling hungover, way past the time I should have woken up.
A few years ago I learned about Pzizz. Using a combination of binaural beats, spoken work and soft music, the software produces MP3 tracks to help power nap.
I was skeptical. But I was also desperate. I bought it, fully prepared to use the generous money back guarantee. I generated my first 20 minute nap, and tried it out on a weekend, with an alarm clock as my backup. I was surprised to find that I fell asleep easily, woke up when I was supposed to and felt wonderful afterward. I next purchased the night-time module to generate tracks to go to sleep with. It worked as well.
I am a very satisfied Pzizz customer. If you want to check out the products, click on the link in the sidebar of this article. They are well worth the price, even if you don’t have trouble sleeping, but especially if you do.
Note to iPod Touch/iPhone users: Pzizz has also released applications to generate naps on the go. These work very well, without the hassle of having to generate a nap and transfer the resulting MP3.
Disclosure: I am an affiliate of Pzizz. I joined the affiliate program because I believe in, and use, the product.
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