Less Sleep - More Energy
I Used to Sleep More than 10 Hours per
Night, but Was Still Always Tired…
…Now I Need Less Sleep - Just 4 ½
Hours Each Night And I Feel Great.
Feel better on less sleep?
I always wanted to get by on less sleep. But I just couldn't - in fact 10 hours was my minimum. I didn't like it, but I never figured there was something I could do about it - I didn't think I could live on less sleep... quite literally.
Now, don't get me wrong, I love to sleep. My problem was the lack of time. I'm sure you understand: 10 hours (for sleep) + 11 hours (for work - if you include commuting) will leave you with just 3 hours for everything else! And when you take away the time for eating and showering and shopping and… there's really not much left.
Less sleep = more time
I needed time to live my life and a couple of hours per day just wasn't enough. Yes, I know I work a lot. But there really isn't anything I can do about that. So if I was to get more time, it's going to have be on account of sleep - I needed to learn how to sleep less.
Ok, I'm not going to bore you to death with my personal story. You're not interested in that. What I am going to tell you is that it can be done. You can live on less sleep… and I know, because I did it. I went from 10+ hours of sleep per night to just 4½. I wake up easily in the morning and I have all the energy I need throughout the day.
If you want to do the same, you can. But you'll have to learn how. You'll have to learn the same principles that I've learned. How? Well, for me, I found everything that I needed to know about living on less sleep in a book. And, surprisingly, it wasn't even a book on sleep. I was a book on tiredness.
To live on less sleep
you need to eliminate tiredness…
Now, I'm sure it makes sense when you think about it - quite clearly, if it wouldn't be for tiredness, we wouldn't need sleep. We could just stay awake for the whole 24 hours each day. Tiredness is what's preventing us from doing that. So, if you eliminate tiredness and (and that's important) change your sleeping patterns, you'll soon be able to sleep less. The book I'm talking about is called the End Tiredness Program and a large part of this book is actually dedicated to sleep (also explaining what to do so you can sleep less). But I found other sections useful as well.
Anyway, go on and get the book. Read it and follow its principles (just reading it won't do anything!!!). And after that… well, try to enjoy all the extra time (and energy) you now got. That's it... here's the link: