Need Energy, a Clear Head, or a Power Nap ... There's an App for That.

091212 Pzizz Logo pzizz (pronounced puh-zizz) Relax is a power-nap app. 

Whenever you feel tired or frazzled, put on your headphones, set the time you have available – and pzizz creates a
new and unique soundtrack, each time you use it.  There's nothing to learn
– and no effort required by you. 

Simply press a button, and you get a surprisingly effective and pleasant relaxation session.

Increase Energy and Performance.

I've been a pzizz user since 2005.  Frankly, I'm still surprised by how much it helps when you need a quick nap, pick-me-up, or boost of energy (even if you only have 15-20 minutes).  It is nice that it works to relax you; it is even better that you wake-up feeling good and ready for the rest of your day.

Here's How it Works.

First, find a comfortable place.  Second, choose how long you want your power nap to be.  Third, adjust how much talking you prefer. Fourth, headphones are better – but not necessary.  Fifth, press the button and let yourself relax.

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What Happens?

Each session has three parts, the Intro, Main Session, and Wake-Up Sequence.  Throughout all of them, a deep, cool, British voice guides you through some relaxation techniques and gives you encouragement and positive feedback.  The voice is done by Michael Breen, a well-know NLP Expert.

Sound Waves Affect Brain Waves.

In addition to the NLP guidance, pzizz  also leverages binaural beats and ambient sounds to help you relax.  Yes, there is also a pleasant background track complete with music, bells, wind chimes and other assorted ear candy designed to lull you to sleep. Bottom-Line: You'll like it.

Try It Yourself.

If this all sounds new-agey, I can't blame you. I mocked the idea of pzizz when I first heard about it. "Actions speak louder than words".  If you need proof, try it yourself. Click this link to download a sample 15 minute energizer soundtrack and a sample 15 minute sleep soundtrack to see how it works for you. 

The software is available for PCs and Macs.  Also, pzizz has two iPhone apps.

Keep an open mind and you may be pleasantly surprised.

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