Caffeinated, Sleep Deprived, and Overwhelmed? Welcome.
If so, GreenEyedGuide can help.
GreenEyedGuide is your guide to caffeine, energy drinks, and beating burnout.
Though her books, podcasts, courses, and blogs, GreenEyedGuide will help you:
- Get the facts to the worst energy drink myths
- Enjoy your coffee without jitters
- Regain your sense of control when you feel exhausted and overwhelmed
- Getting enough sleep is important, but not always possible
- More caffeine isn’t always the answer
- Someone who is fully rested or fully caffeinated can still feel burned out
What does caffeine have to do with beating burnout?
First of all, people turn to caffeine when they’re emotionally exhausted, but caffeine can’t cure that kind of tiredness. As a result, caffeine can backfire and leave one feeling more anxious than they started.
Secondly, nearly 90% of the adult population drinks caffeine on a daily basis. For most people, it’s part of the daily routine, like putting on pants. As a result, we’re often oblivious to how much caffeine impacts our overall health and mental well-being.
The answer isn’t QUITTING caffeine, it’s drinking caffeine strategically. It’s knowing WHEN NOT to have caffeine. Most of all, it’s knowing how to use your mind and body (not coffee) to combat those days you feel overwhelmed or exhausted.
What would you like to know?
Browse the GreenEyedGuide Blog
- Science Behind Vibal Energy Tea
- 5 Ways Coffee is Better Than Energy Drinks
- Burnout and Caffeine Use in Collegiate Athletic Trainers
- 3 Reasons Energy Drink Bans Fail
- Everything Wrong with Dwayne Johnson’s New Energy Drink
- What Caffeine and Energy Drinks Do To Your Liver – It’s Not All Bad News
- Science Behind Kill Cliff Ignite Energy Drink
- Is Green Tea an Energy Drink?
- Preparing for the Night Shift
- Science Behind FOCUSAID Nootropic Energy Drink
The Energy Drink Report Card
In 2003, all energy drinks looked the same. Nowadays it’s not so simple.
Compare the top-selling energy drinks, bottled teas, and ready-to-drink coffees in this free guide.
Each drink falls into one of three categories:
- RED – Avoid
- YELLOW – OK in Moderation
- GREEN – Fine to Drink Every Day