What are you preparing for?
- A Big Test or Exam, such as: Bar exam, Finals, Dissertation
- Sports competition, such as: Race, Golf Tournament, Tennis Match, Team sport
- Legal event, such as: a Big Trial, Contract Negotiation
All of these seemingly different events have one thing in common: preparation requires good sleeping habits. However, the intensity can create a pressure cooker situation that could rob you of much needed rest degrading your performance
The original “Keep Calm” campaign was started by the British government in 1939 to prepare the public for the impending WWII air attacks from the Nazis. It was resurrected around 2000 when a “Keep Calm and Carry On” poster was found. In this viral online world it did not take long before the slogan was adapted to many causes.
While the “Keep Calm and Sleep” phrase has been used, it applies to those readying themselves for a major life event. The Keep Calm part depends not just on a stable sleep base, but on psychological and medical analysis of other issues, primarily:
- Focus and attention
- Stress induced anxiety.
We look at these 3 areas of sleep, attention,stress-anxiety from both a medical perspective and from a personal habit perspective, and recommend changes and strategies (and medications, if necessary) to prepare you for reaching your goal.
Manuals and prep guides can help with a general overview. But every situation is unique and you need an individual plan that caters to you.
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