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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Would You Take a Espresso Nap?

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Not too long ago, in our condo, one thing very dramatic has been taking place within the mornings…

I’ve been waking up at 5 a.m.

FIVE A.M. It’s nonetheless darkish out. The birds aren’t even chirping.

My thoughts isn’t spinning; I’m nonetheless drained; however my physique is awake. I don’t know what’s inflicting it (a magnesium deficiency? generalized anxiousness? perimenopause?), however regardless of the cause, for the previous month, my eyes have been popping open earlier than the first light, and I find yourself feeling exhausted all day.

Fortunately, this morning, at our neighbor café, the barista advised an ideal answer: espresso naps. Have you ever ever heard of them? “I found them in faculty,” she instructed me. “You chug a cup of espresso and instantly lie down. Set your alarm for 20 minutes. You get up utterly refreshed.”

Apparently science backs this up. Research have proven that caffeine plus a brief nap improves efficiency, versus simply caffeine or simply sleep.

So, this morning, after ending my chilly brew, I lay down for 20 minutes — and I did really feel a lot better upon waking. Who is aware of? Perhaps this 5 a.m. factor received’t be so dangerous in any case.

Ideas? Would you attempt a espresso nap? Have you ever already? What time do you get up within the morning?

P.S. A bedtime trick that’s altering our lives, and the factor that stunned me most about my marriage.

(Photograph by Reidar Pritzel.)

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