to snap out of a sound sleep—as you put it—and think clearly, it’s clear that you don’t have the kind of adaptability and capability it takes to be a professional pilot.
So if that is “you,” I’d advise that you find another profession, where superior abilities and cognition are not required, and that doesn’t involve responsibility for the lives of others.
A lot of young people go into this line of work because of the “cool” factor, or because swooping through the atmosphere is such a rush. Then, when they get exposed to the 99% of the profession that doesn’t involve coolness and swooping, but does require endurance, privation, discomfort, fortitude, authority, and responsibility, they are taken aback, and seek easy ways out of these negative aspects of the job.
But there isn’t any easy way out of them, they are part of the job, and you must find a way to adapt and overcome, or find something else to do that doesn’t require adapting and overcoming.
It’s really as simple as that.
Have a Nice Day.