Researchers report "Bleary-eyed shift workers appear to make fewer mistakes on the job when they consume caffeine, such as a cup of coffee or a caffeinated energy drink, researchers report." You can read the Full Article here.
Do you find caffeine helps you concentrate at your work? Or does it make you jittery?
You know what now that I think about it I think it's more of a mind thing because when I'm tired and I need help getting to sleep caffeine helps me sleep but if I need it to wake me up it does just that. So I think it's more of a mind thing.
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