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4.Give yourself a bedtime
Even if you don’t feel like you need to sleep, your brain definitely does. The brain produces melatonin, which will make you drowsier as the sun sets. Not only that, but the brain requires strength, energy and fuel to produce the other hormones that make our bodies function healthily, and avoid struggling with fatigue and exhaustion.
5.Watch your diet
Most chemicals produced by the brain are also found in numerous foods, so it’s important to eat carefully and healthily. Caffeine, meat, bananas, chocolate and beets can increase the production of dopamine in the body, while broccoli, brown rice, fish, nuts, and even lentils can increase the amount of GABA produced by the brain.