Easy on thre Joe, bro

Los Angeles Times - - JOBS -

I t’s per­fectly fine to have a cup of cof­fee or tea to wake you up, both in the morn­ing and af­ter­noon. But as with most things, mod­er­a­tion is key. Too much caf­feine can dis­rupt sleep pat­terns, so limit your­self to two or three cups a day. Also, a lack of phys­i­cal ac­tiv­ity can lead to poor sleep and ex­ac­er­bate an af­ter­noon slump. Even if you ex­er­cise reg­u­larly and get ad­e­quate sleep, get­ting up and mov­ing around an hour or so af­ter lunch can help pre­vent mid-af­ter­noon drowsi­ness. A brisk 10- to 15-minute walk out­side is an ideal way to feel en­er­gized.

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