Staying Alert for Work and Home Life

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Staying alert for work and getting home chores and other stuff done can be a nightmare. With the holidays coming up, there are also many more tasks you need to get on with. Fortunately, there are some simple things that can help, from taking a quick breather to an afternoon doze.

Nootropics and Supplements

Ensuring you have the right amount of vitamins and minerals in your system is vital. Vitamin B, iron, and magnesium are essential for maintaining and balancing energy. Foods rich in these can help, and supplements can top you up if you are deficient. Nootropics such as caffeine, MK-677, and Fladrafinil solution can help, but you need to work out and research the correct amounts to use since everyone is different. Also, make sure you stick to reputable vendors and brands.

Get Outside and Walk

Walking has many benefits, both physically and mentally. A fifteen-minute walk in the sun will help you get the vitamin D production your body needs. But it also helps you get some light for increased dopamine. Physically, walking is better than nothing, so you’re getting exercise even if you don’t run. Finally, fresh air makes your lungs feel better and clears out any stuffy indoor air from your system. Your mind wanders and clears, setting you up for when you return to work.

Staying Alert for Work with Water

Drinking enough water can be a hit-and-miss activity. And it can even make you feel bloated as you try to get 8 glasses per day. This can feel like too much. Even so, only about 20% of us get enough, according to research. Water helps pretty much everything in your body work better. Your brain works especially well when hydrated. But you will also feel more energetic and avoid a UTI. Watery fruits such as pears and oranges can also help boost your hydration levels.

Sleep If You Need To

This is a controversial one, especially if you are at work. But getting a quick nap during the day can be one of the most invigorating things you can do. Slacking off isn’t recommended, and you, of course, cannot sleep at work. But no one can stop you from taking a nap in your own car on your own time during lunch. If you need to, take a ten-minute nap. This can help boost your energy for the rest of the day. Of course, you can take much longer at home if you really need to.

Make Your Workspace Work for You

With so many of us combining work and life because of remote work, the home is slowly becoming the workplace. If you find you are working from home more, making a safe and reliable workspace is vital. Use a suitable space, invest in quality ergonomic furniture, and have everything you need to hand. This is usually provided for you at work. But not all offices are suitable either, so bring up any issues that cause distraction or even pain with your employer.


Nootropics and supplements can help with staying alert for work, at home, or for working out. Water plays a key role in focus and alertness. And you always need a suitable workspace.

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