With graduation now a memory, college preparation experts are working around the clock to prepare high school students for their new adventures. College Prep – 101 has helped to organize thousands of high school students for more than two decades, and recommends packing not just one, but two alarm clocks. For many morning-impaired students who struggle to get out of bed, this suggestion is a “must-have” to keep on track and make the transition into the real world of being on time.
Rise-N-Shine, an all-natural supplement company based in New Jersey, is taking the alarm clock one step further with a patented pill that enhances the body’s internal alarm clock and guarantees a naturally energetic, revived and refreshed morning. The first and only supplement of its kind, Wake Up On Time’s unique energy-blend formula was created to provide a natural solution for morning grogginess.
The all-natural tablet of vitamins, herbs and amino acids is taken before bedtime, but won’t affect the ability to fall asleep or sleep soundly. With the special delayed release coating, as the pill dissolves slowly overnight, it delivers maximum energy and vitality benefits when needed most – when the alarm clock rings.
“It's so much more than a vitamin, it's time in a bottle because instead of hitting the snooze button over and over again, our product allows you to bounce out of bed ready to go,” said Cathy Beggan, founder of Rise-N-Shine and creator of Wake Up On Time. “This product helps you effortlessly wake up in the morning feeling vital, alert and ready to face the day. It’s like an alarm clock inside of a pill. It's a perfect gift idea to send to school with students and later in their care packages.”
And for the graduates stepping into a new phase of challenges and changes, deadlines and timetables, Wake Up On Time is the extra edge needed to help keep young adults on the college track or new job track.
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