Feed your brain. It may be starving!
Brain food is more important than we think.
According to an article by Tara Swart in Fast Company, yes you need to drink more water. But you might also like to try some magnesium salts. What else?
Read the full story below from TELLURIDE INSIDE & OUT.
Anyone whose job depends on their body-like an Olympic athlete, builder, or ballet dancer-needs a diet to match; they might start the day with a slow-release carbohydrate to give them longer-lasting energy. But few people with “thinking” jobs sit down first thing in the morning and consider which foods and drinks will help them make good decisions that day, improve their focus, and reduce stress.