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    Caffeine Reduces On-The-Job Mistakes
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
    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?

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    sexkittenraven responded:
    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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