Chris Bailey, the author of The Productivity Project, explains how caffeine improves our mental and physical performance. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.
- Despite how tired you are, caffeine can help with your stamina and perseverance when working on any long or uninteresting projects
- As well as improving your concentration, caffeine can also optimize your performance—and strength—for physical tasks as well as exercise
- Be careful though, the more caffeine you drink—past 200 to 300 milligrams—the more the benefits begin to diminish, and your anxiety will increase too
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