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Tired Mother Invents Pill to Wake You Up On Time
Date:4/8/2008

'May be the greatest advance in waking up since coffee'

SPARTA, N.J., April 8, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- If you struggle to wake up in the morning feeling refreshed and ready to go, you're not alone. Morning grogginess affects everything from work and school performance to spousal relations and even driving ability. Fortunately, a unique and ingenious solution has come to light in the media: it's a pill you take before bedtime that will help you to wake up in the morning.

Wake Up On Time was developed by Cathy Beggan, a business owner, mother of three and long-time advocate of natural remedies. After forgetting to take her special blend of vitamins and herbs with her on a vacation, she noticed that waking up "became more difficult and made me feel miserable." Suddenly she understood what other parents and friends meant when they complained of not being "morning people," and set about finding a natural and effective solution.

Why Didn't Someone Think of This Before???

Beggan's first inspiration was the creation of a proprietary blend of vitamins, herbs and amino acids -- she calls it her "premium energy blend" -- that improved her sense of energy and alertness in the morning. Her second inspiration was to put those ingredients into a delayed-release tablet, which would allow them to disperse throughout the body at the end of the average person's sleep cycle.

The directions for taking the product are simple, says Beggan: "Just take two tablets immediately before you go to bed. The special coating over the tablets will delay the initial release of the ingredients so Wake Up On Time can deliver its benefits when you need them most: when the alarm clock rings.

"Instead of hitting the snooze button over and over again, Wake Up On Time helps you bounce out of bed ready to go. The product makes you feel like you're ready for anything your demanding schedule throws at you. It's like an alarm clock inside of a pill."

Now You Can Wake Up Ready to Go Even Before Your First Cup of Coffee

Patricia Dinapoli is a happy Wake Up On Time customer. Says the New Yorker: "I was always a morning person until I hit 42. Then it seemed I was always in a fog and couldn't get going. Since I started taking Wake Up On Time, I feel the way I used to. I wake up ready to go."

Filomena Pinto, a mother of two, is a huge fan of this supplement. "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 Wake Up On Time 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."

Wake Up On Time is a simple, ingenious and natural way to wake up ready to face the day. Says Cathy Beggan: "When you open your eyes you'll feel like you've already had your first cup of coffee."
Become a "morning person" overnight.

http://www.wakeupontime.com

Contact:

Cathy Beggan

973-903-1127

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