For many people, eating an apple or two will give them an energy boost. A little glucose to the brain helps. Supplementing with B vitamins is important to assist brain function, but then, getting enough sleep is highly important for your health. Try not to stay up ALL night!
Im the same, but only with certain coffee, if i have frothy lattes, milky coffee or cheap granulated, im fine, but if i have propper, strong, filter coffee i just wanna puke.
it may be the ammount of sugar you put in too, that wont help with the nausea.
I work nights, and 10 hour shifts so need energy, but coffee and energy drinks actually make me feel worse.
Boring as it is, drinking plenty of water really really helps!!! drink 2 litres today and tomorrow youll have more energy! when u need a quick pick me up, a cold drink and a banana should help.
If your missing a nice cuppa, try dandilion coffee!!
hope this helps, good luck with your work
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