What works like coffee to keep people awake?

What works like coffee to keep people awake?

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  1. Water is one of the best things to drink to stay awake for two reasons. If you are dehydrated, you are more likely to feel sleepy and if not, you’ll be going to the bathroom more frequently which will get you up and moving.
    There are non-coffee caffeinated drinks, like 5 Hour Energy boosters, and sugary drinks, like sodas, that will help you stay awake. They all work to a degree.
    What I’ve done is to cut my coffee consumption down to 1–2 cups a day from 7–8 cups and drinking coffee mostly in the morning. Then if I know I’m going into a 3pm meeting that will feature boring presentations, a half cup of coffee gives me the boost I need to stay awake.

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  2. Well there is a long list there. Some things legal. Some not. Lets see, we’ve got cocaine, crack cocaine, methamphetamine and its many derivatives like MDMA(ecstasy) or MDVP, and there are an abundant number of chemicals that keep you awake but also have side effects of visual hallucinations and auditory hallucinations or both such as LSD. There are countless herbs and seeds that make claims to keep you awake and alert. One being ground guarana seeds. Also one that I myself take and highly advocate for is Kratom. Which surprisingly enough is a member of the coffee family itself. If you Google this question I’m sure you will get too many answers to even deal with. There are a few off the top of my head. Good luck and happy insomnia!!!

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  3. Hey there
    Other than coffee the one bridge you can drink to stay awake is tea. It also has many medical as well as health benefits. It is one of the widely used beverage too. Sometimes you can also get addicted to tea. I found a blog about addiction of tea and coffee.

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  4. Perform an exercise routine that will pump you up each morning.
    Sleep at least 8–10 hours for maximum energy. If you can’t, take small naps in the afternoon.
    Eat foods that give energy as an alternative to coffee.

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  5. Adequate sleep.
    Under the influence of coffee, perceived energy levels may be the reverse of what we think. Are we really sharper, or just less bored by repetition and tedium? If the latter, that cuppa may be actually wasting our day as deadlines approach.

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  6. Punch’d Energy’s all natural Caffeine Gummies. THE BEST.
    Real assorted fruit gummies infused with Arabica green coffee bean caffeine. Low cal, low carb, low glycemic. The fastest way to boost, because you chew your energy, not digest it.
    Better than coffee because there’s no spills, no mess, no coffee breath. No more burnt tongues, and no more standing in line. Try it! PunchdEnergy. com or Amazon’s Choice.

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