Have “power naps.”
Taking “power naps” basically means to sleep for around 20-30 minutes. In this short sleep, it allows your brain to “digest” and process what has gone on previously.
Make sure you set an alarm for the next 30 minutes so that you do wake up! It will leave you feeling more awake and refreshed. This is a particularly good idea if you feel tired after a long day of work and you have more to do in that day.
Take a short walk
Ever get the feeling when the walls seem to be closing in on you and you feel like you need to get out? Taking a walk can clear your mind of any burdens in life. Even just a walk around the block will refresh your mind and also help stretch your muscles if you've been at a chair all day.
You may be thinking about the amount of work you have to do in such little time, however getting out the house for 10 minutes will be more beneficial in the long-run. This is because you will have the motivation to work twice as hard and you will be a lot more focused.
Never skip breakfast or any other meals
Skipping breakfast or meal times in general that you are usually used to will slow you down physically and mentally.
Make sure that you consume lots of slow release carbs like whole-grain to keep you going throughout the entire day.
Drink more water
Drinking more water and staying hydrated is extremely crucial in maintaining the brain operating smoothly and efficiently. It’s recommended you consume around a gallon of water every single day and the vast majority of people do not do this.
Make sure that you keep a preferably large bottle of water with you at all the times of the day possible that you can keep refilling!
Have some caffeine
Pair a quick caffeine hit with the sustaining power of protein by having a low-fat latte instead of just a cup of coffee. A latte or cappuccino is a fantastic way to keep you going towards the end of a day or get you up at the start of one. Use this for a little boost when you need to get yourself into gear.