Today we’re going to take a sneak peek into the life of Andrew, a small business owner in his mid 20’s. Andrew runs a small-scale graphic design company and often spends a lot of his time in front of a computer screen.
While Andrew loved his job, he began feeling unmotivated and as a result, he found himself struggling with feelings of depression.
He knew it was ready for a change in his life, so he researched different remedies and treatments he can try in order to boost his energy and overall quality of life.
He then came across the notion of microdosing and it piqued his interest.
Let’s take a closer look at the various differences in his life before and after microdosing.
Morning Routine Before Microdosing
Andrew wakes up and immediately knows he is running late by the bright sunlight shining through his curtains. The time of his phone reflects that he overslept and it’s already 11:30 AM.
Thankfully, his workday starts at noon.
Andrew goes to bed every night with the intention of waking up early to get in a proper meal, a work-out, and a shower. Yet every morning he wakes up feeling exhausted and sluggish.
Andrew reaches for the coffee pot and sighs as he already knows it’s going to be a two cups of coffee kind of day.
He knows he needs to find a new way to stay motivated and energized throughout his day – but how?
Morning Routine After Microdosing
Andrew has been microdosing for three months now, he wakes up at 8:00 AM and starts his day with stretching and meditation.
He finds that he has more motivation than ever before and while he used to hate waking up early, he now enjoys having those hours before work to practise some self-care.
Andrew drinks his coffee while sitting outside in the sun. He spends this time planning his day to ensure he is productive.
While his old breakfast would be a cup of coffee with a greasy fast food meal, he now takes the time to put together a well-balanced meal.
Personal Life Before Microdosing
While Andrew participates in social activities once every few months, he often finds himself feeling too depressed or anxious to leave the house.
He finds that his social anxiety makes it hard for him to try new things or even reach out to others.
Andrew often turns down invitations to go out but then spends his evening regretting his decision.
He also finds it difficult to express his emotions and usually ends up pushing people away.
All of these factors lead Andrew to feel isolated, and even more depressed.
Personal Life After Microdosing
It’s 9:00 AM on a beautiful Saturday morning and Andrew is tying up his running shoes and getting ready for a hike with his friends.
After their hike, Andrew and his friends plan on attending a painting class. Andrew enjoys expressing himself creatively and finds it to be a nice outlet.
He smiles at himself as he realizes that 4 months ago he would have been too nervous to try a painting class as it would have been a new experience.
He loves spending time with people and finds himself content with the people in his life. Now that he microdoses, he finds it easier to communicate his feelings and thoughts.
Andrew loves trying new things and is excited at the thought of finding new hobbies to engage in.
Sleep Before Microdosing
It’s 2:00 AM, Andrew is still up watching Netflix.
He spent his night stressed out by work, and ended up ordering take-out instead of cooking a meal as he had planned.
He watches TV while slowly falling asleep but ends up waking up even more exhausted than before.
Sleep After Microdosing
It’s 6:00 PM.
Andrew has just finished making a well-balanced meal and is excited to fuel his body with a home-cooked meal.
He no longer craves fast food and always has the energy and motivation to cook healthy meals.
He is in bed by 9:00 PM and spends the last two hours of his night reading, writing, or meditating.
His sleep quality has increased substantially and he has no problem waking up early to get his day started.
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