I've never been a morning person stemming back from my college days when I worked at night to earn money to pay my tuition
Sparta, NJ (PRWEB) March 6, 2007
We're getting ready to set the clocks ahead and will loose an hour of sleep. You can now get that hour back with "time in a bottle." A new pill taken before bedtime can help you to wake up earlier in the morning. Rise-N-Shine L.L.C. created an all natural, groundbreaking supplement called, "Wake Up On Time." The first product of its kind, it's taken before bedtime and helps people to wake up earlier, feeling happy, alert and full of energy. Billions of people struggle with waking up every morning. Now there is finally a solution; and it has become wildly popular with men and women of all ages.
"It's more than a vitamin, it's time in a bottle because, instead of hitting the snooze button over and over again, our exciting new product allows you bounce out of bed ready to go," said Cathy Beggan, founder of Rise-N-Shine and creator of this groundbreaking supplement. "Our product helps you to effortlessly wake right up in the morning feeling alert, happy and ready for anything your demanding schedule throws at you. It's just like an alarm clock inside of a pill." This supplement is good for you too. It also boosts energy levels and immune systems, while elevating moods, enhancing memory, circulation, metabolism and digestion. Wake Up On Time does have one important side effect - it promotes weight loss and improves your mood.
Wake Up On Time is a proprietary blend of B vitamins, Amino Acids, Guarana Seed Extract and Siberian Ginseng that are geared to address the psychological and physical reasons why people have trouble getting out of bed in the morning. This supplement will never prevent you from falling asleep because it is specially formulated with a natural coating over the tablets to delay the release of the ingredients. This way it can dissolve over time and deliver its benefits when you need them most - when the alarm clock rings.
Filomena Pinto, a mother of 2 in Wayne, has been taking this supplement for four months now. "I've never been a morning person stemming back from my college days when I worked at night to earn money to pay my tuition," said Pinto, who learned about the pill at a health and fitness show. "With two young kids, there's no choice about getting up in the morning. I used to have a hard time with it," she said. "Now I wake up with ease and have energy by 6:30am."
A patent is currently pending. Wake Up On Time is available at select health food stores, or you can order it direct at http://www.wakeupontime.com
Call Cathy Beggan for more information at 1-973-729-4141