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Even before we knew what our brains were and what they are capable of, we’ve had an innate desire to get them to perform better. Think faster, be smarter, learn to think outside the box, stay focused and do more – it’s only natural that we all want to shift our brains into high gear and prime our cognitive function.
Keeping your internal clock functioning normally is essential if you want to stay healthy, energized, and productive. Take a look to find out everything you need to know about your internal clock.
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