Adrenal Nap

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The Adrenal Nap Protocol

Fatigued during the day? Here’s how to stay in the game and remain mentally engaged. Know the tips and secrets of the finest athletes in the business! Embrace the “Adrenal Nap”. Yes, there will be a lot of adrenaline rushing through your body before and during the matches, but do you think your adrenals are taxed? The answer is yes. You’ll be amazed at how much more energy you have. Here are the simple steps to take an adrenal nap:

  1. Do not take a nap longer than 30 minutes. Ideally, only about 15 minutes (before you start make sure you set an alarm).
  2. Lay down completely flat with knees elevated to take pressure off the low back or knees bent. Your head should be completely flat on the floor or with a towel rolled under the neck and make sure the head is not forwardly flexed (bent forward).
  3. Get into your zone, seriously ZONE OUT! Focus on your breathing and the music. Your brain will go into REM sleep.
  4. Have in your mind’s eye, upon waking, on what you will do.

After waking up from your nap, stretch or roll out any area that is tighter than normal. You might find that area is more responsive after the adrenal nap.

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