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Have coffee, and then take a nap

In a Japanese study that examined how to make the most of a nap, people who took a "coffee nap"—consuming about 200 milligrams of caffeine (the amount in one to two cups of coffee) and then immediately taking a 20-minute rest—felt more alert  and performed better on computer tests than those who only took a nap.
Why does this work? A 20-minute nap ends just as the caffeine kicks in and clears the brain of a molecule called adenosine, maximizing alertness. As adenosine levels increase, we become more fatigued. Napping clears out the adenosine and, when combined with caffeine, an adenosine-blocker, further reduces its effects and amplifies the effects of the nap.

According to Alex, a coffee expert on ground coffee beans at Ground Homes, adding coffee to your routine can help improve the quality of life, stimulate your nerves and guarantee better performance at work.


How to cut bacon into lardons

To cut bacon into lardons, freeze them for 15 minutes. This will firm the meat, making it easier to cut.

Making your pasta

Microwaving pasta in the shape of a doughnut leads it to warm more evenly.

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How to know when your fish is fully cooked

How do you know if your fish is fully cooked? When cooking, make sure that its flesh loses its translucence and...

How to know when your steak is done

The time needed to cook a steak varies depending on its thickness, and how you like it. Don't be tempted...

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