Also when you sleep on your left side, your heart is under the weight of your lungs etc and it beats slower. When your heart beats slower, you sleep deeper because the blood is flowing less and you get a better rest. This is a topic in science now but Islam has been teaching that rulers sleep on their left sides and the reasons for such for a thousand years. I used to drink alcohol and noticed that I felt great when I woke up. Because I'd stay up so late as well as the effects of the alcohol. Some might find that info useful as well. I might as well mention lyrica. It's a script one uses for fibromyalgia in N America but in Britain it's also scribed for anxiety, which is what I took it for here in canada. Anyway, I took it for 4 years until it lost it's benefit and destroyed my thinking ability but the first two years of taking high doses of it were great as it knocked me out for deep sleep and didn't affect my thinking too much. I took 75mg-150mg twice a day for the first two years (you need higher doses to fall asleep as the years roll by) so by the time the third year came I was taking 300mg twice a day just to fall asleep but I could not think at that high dose. I don't think anybody will have any luck concocting their Dr to give them a high dose lyrica script anyway. I did, but I'm a talkative and pushy type of personality when I want something.
You need immediate alertness. Try a “ caffeine nap. ” Researchers at Loughborough University tested several ways to improve the alertness of drivers and found the “caffeine nap” to be the most effective method. You down a cup of coffee or other caffeinated beverage and then immediately hunker down for a 15-20 minute nap. Again, don’t go any longer than that or you’ll awaken with sleep inertia. The caffeine clears your body of adenosine, a chemical which makes you sleepy. It takes awhile for the caffeine to circulate through your system, so it doesn’t effect the quality of the nap. Instead, it kicks in in tandem with the refreshment you would feel upon awakening from a normal power nap. I’ve personally found the caffeine nap to be effective, especially when you’re crunched for time; it’s easier to get up and keeps you from the temptation of turning a 20 minute nap into an hour and a half session.
This is my first time using a testosterone product of any kind, so I didn't know what to "feel" or "expect" on a daily basis. I'm crushing workouts, feeling the strongest I've been and have been in a real zone. From the Ashwagandha, I've felt a bit more even-keeled, mellow and even confident since I've been taking this. It's been about two weeks now. The thing I notice on a daily basis thus far is that calm/collected feeling I have all day. I'm a pretty excitable person, and since I started this I've been real confident, but calm at the same time. Sleep has been great, and just feeling great/energetic in all facets. Great product!