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  1. When a person dies, his fatigue disappears, train your body without psychostimulants, for this you can do hatha yoga in the morning, it helped me personally a lot, but fatigue is a normal phenomenon of the body

  2. Caffeine is a neurostimulator. It suppresses the receptors that are responsible for drowsiness, stimulates the production of adrenaline and dopamine. As a result, we feel focused, alert and active, our mood lifts, and our consciousness clears. In addition, caffeine slightly narrows blood vessels and helps with headaches, especially for people with low blood pressure.�

    Of course, if you constantly drink a lot of tea and coffee, and then abruptly stop, you will feel worse – this is a classic withdrawal syndrome. The body will have to re-learn to fully perform the functions that caffeine took on. As a rule, recovery takes from a week to three. After that, the withdrawal syndrome should go away. I hope that's what happened to you.�

    But to be honest, I don't think you should give up coffee and tea altogether. In small doses, they strengthen blood vessels and immunity, speed up metabolism and improve bowel function. Plus, in the fall and winter, our body needs hot drinks, so if you are still determined to give up caffeine, I recommend replacing it with herbal or fruit tea.

  3. If it's just coffee, then a lot depends on your experience of using it. Usually, all withdrawal symptoms disappear after two weeks.

    Try doing small evening runs several times a week.

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