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You know that feeling when you have to get out of bed in the morning, but you feel super tired and it seems like the hardest task even if you have slept enough? If the answer is yes, you should know that you are not the only one who has had to go through this situation.

However, in general, people who find it difficult to wake up in the morning will opt for a cup of coffee or more. But you have to know that caffeine is not always a good idea, because it can adversely affect your mood and health. It has been proven that coffee can be bad for your health if you drink it on an empty stomach or if you want to energize your morning, as it actually can make you anxious instead of energetic. According to health experts, caffeine increases your alertness, jitteriness and anxiety levels.

So, here are some tips and tricks to energize your mornings instantly and fight off fatigue.

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