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2) High fiber, carbohydrate rich diet. Your brain is a fuel-burning machine and it needs carbs. You can get a nice burst in alertness from eating almost any carbs. However, the trick is to eat so that you maintain that alertness for hours and the key to that, according to one study, is a high-fiber, carbohydrate-rich meal.  This is undoubtedly due to the fact that the carbs feed the brain and the fiber, and therefore low glycemic index, ensure that these are digested and absorbed as slowly as possible giving you a nice steady blood sugar and nutrient supply over several hours.
3) Sleep. Many studies have shown just how negative a significant loss of sleep is on our ability to mentally perform and function the following day(s). For example, one study on health volunteers found that a reduction in sleep of about 33% to an average of 4.98 hours/night for seven days resulted in an ever-building cascade of poor mental performance, lousy mood, anxiety and so on.  Furthermore, it took at least two nights of solid sleep after to recover. CAUTION: One study found that most mental performance issues could be overcome through a combination of caffeine and bright lights. However, this is a risky solution medium to long term, because lack of sleep leads to accelerated calcification of the arterties, poor bedroom performance and so on.
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