When sleep is difficult to squeeze into your busy life

Sleeping is greatly encouraged - Image 1For hardcore gamers with a life (pime taradox), sleeping is a major problem. Whether you plan on sleeping early, or plan to not sleep at all, those 7 hour raiding sessions that you just can't let up would still make you sleepy the day after. Here are some tips from Jay White (of "Dumb Little Man") that not only will give you enough sleep, but also earn 10 extra days a year.
  • Don't lay on the bed if you don't feel like sleeping. If you're the kind of person that would just ponder about all sorts of things while on the bed instead of sleeping, try getting to bed when you think you'll instantly fall asleep.
  • Set your alarm clock to go off at the same time, seven days a week. This would allow your body to get used to the habit, that you won't even need an alarm clock to wake up when you should.
  • Take afternoon naps when you're tired. After taking lunch, don't be afraid to sneak in 20 minutes or so of a nap. It may not seem like much, but you'll get a pretty good boost of energy. Just make sure you set an alarm, so you won't snooze off and miss that guild meeting.
By doing these, you'll get the energy you need and even more days to that 365 a year. It worked for Jay White, so it can work for you too.

Sleeping is greatly encouraged - Image 1For hardcore gamers with a life (pime taradox), sleeping is a major problem. Whether you plan on sleeping early, or plan to not sleep at all, those 7 hour raiding sessions that you just can't let up would still make you sleepy the day after. Here are some tips from Jay White (of "Dumb Little Man") that not only will give you enough sleep, but also earn 10 extra days a year.
  • Don't lay on the bed if you don't feel like sleeping. If you're the kind of person that would just ponder about all sorts of things while on the bed instead of sleeping, try getting to bed when you think you'll instantly fall asleep.
  • Set your alarm clock to go off at the same time, seven days a week. This would allow your body to get used to the habit, that you won't even need an alarm clock to wake up when you should.
  • Take afternoon naps when you're tired. After taking lunch, don't be afraid to sneak in 20 minutes or so of a nap. It may not seem like much, but you'll get a pretty good boost of energy. Just make sure you set an alarm, so you won't snooze off and miss that guild meeting.
By doing these, you'll get the energy you need and even more days to that 365 a year. It worked for Jay White, so it can work for you too.