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studleylee
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studleylee   7/22/2011 7:25:56 PM
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I've been adding Spirulina to fiber to make a quick filler drink in the morning. Spirulina is a fairly ideal food according to Nasa. Adding ground up dried cranberrys makes a great sweetener also. -Lee Studley

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prabhakar_deosthali   7/22/2011 5:52:45 AM
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Solving at least one crossword or a quiz or a Sudokoo puzzle in the morning also can make your brain alert and attentive throughout the day. This has been my experience

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Sanjib.A   7/21/2011 2:08:42 AM
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I am a tea lover (green tea) and most of the week days I tend to consume thrice a day. But I can't avoid sugar; hence I consume more calories as well, which is bad. Medicines or beverages could increase brain activities temporarily or permanently in long term. But I believe the most effective way to increase brain efficiency would be through certain "Yoga" exercises as mentioned by agk and Lou Prado, especially the breathing exercises known as "Pranayam" in India.

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agk   7/20/2011 8:19:59 AM
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There is a yoga asana named Halasana.Doing this asana activates the spinal cord and in turn become younger and younger boosting all round energy levels in the body including the brain.

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Lou Prado   7/19/2011 8:22:14 PM
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Do deep breathing for 15minutes. Inhale through your nose and exhale with a slightly constricted throat so that you can hear your exhale. Keep your mind blank by focusing on your breathing. Pretend that you are reading so your co-workers don't think you are napping.

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Sheetal.Pandey   7/19/2011 4:58:36 AM
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Well in the morning was on google trying to find out how tea affects a small kid, well i am not in favor of giving tea to small kids but when someone forces you need to find out a reason for saying no. With adults yes tea and coffee works wonders..only when we were in hostel we used to make big glass of masala chai thinking we will study more but the chai used to be so heavy that we felt asleep immediately..

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