This past year I took emergency medial technician courses while also working full time. Between the job and course work I had little time to spare. There were days that the only way I could stay awake and alert during class was to take 5-hour ENERGY. Part of my course work required me to work a shift in the emergency room of my local hospital. My last ER shift fell the night before by state examination which was scheduled for early in the morning. 5-hour ENERGY was the reason I was able to keep going through my normal work day, my shift in the ER and my state exam. Thanks to 5-hour ENERGY I am now a certified EMT.