Can’t make it through the day?
Are your grandkids literally running circles around you?
Ever feel like you wish you could just bottle up their energy and drink it?
Do you rely on caffeine to survive the day?
If your energy levels seem like they’re at an all-time low, the answer to your woes might be simpler than you think…
Try changing this ONE LITTLE THING, and you could see an instant reversal…
Timing is everything
Your body has an internal clock.
Unfortunately, it’s not synced up like your phone is…
Your body’s circadian rhythm is supposed to be dictated by the sun, but the advent of the light bulb has thrown it out of alignment.
If you’re having trouble sleeping… feel groggy in the morning… or your mood is set to the lowest of the low, there’s a good chance your clock is broken.
This broken clock sets you up for…
- Cardiovascular disease
…and a whole lot more!
The good news is, it’s simple enough to move the hands of your clock back to their correct position.
Here’s what you need to do:
- 1. Get plenty of sunshine and exercise
- 2. Limit light in the evening
- 3. Maintain the same sleep schedule
- 4. And—while it sounds counterintuitive—wake up 2-3 hours earlier than you normally would
These steps work together to help get you sleepier earlier, and to sleep more restfully throughout the night.
Limiting light in the evening ensures you’re able to produce melatonin, the sleep hormone. Leaving the lights on prevents its production. It can be one of the main reasons you have trouble sleeping.
The key though, is shifting your bedtime back by 2-3 hours as well.
In other words, if your normal sleep schedule is midnight to 8 am, you’d try to go to bed at 9 or 10 pm and wake up between 5 am and 7 am.
That’s because a new study shows this change can have a huge impact on your ability to get to sleep easier and wake up feeling refreshed and full of energy.
You won’t have to change how long you’re sleeping at all—just shift the TIME you fall asleep.
Now, these changes won’t come easily; expect up to three weeks before you truly change your schedule and see the benefits.
But those benefits will be undeniable.