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How To Stay Awake
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By: Chris Wong Email Article
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Everyone gets drowsy. Whether you’re taking a long road trip, nodding off at work, up all night with a fussy baby, or if you’ve ever procrastinated on an essay or paper that is due the next day, then you probably know the feeling of being sleepy. In these and many other situations, you need to know how to stay awake. Your grades, your career, relationships and even your life could depend on it!

There are many ways to stay awake but some of them are not so convenient. The most popular way to stay awake is to drink coffee. This has side effects and can cause some people to have an upset stomach when they consume a lot of coffee.

A good way to stay awake and get an energy boost that will last is to chew a piece of Think Gum.

Each piece of Think Gum only has 20 milligrams of caffeine in it so it will not cause you to become nervous or shaky. The caffeine in Think Gum comes from guarana berries. Guarana has been proven to help people stay alert and feel more awake.

Guarana: A Natural Source of Caffeine

Deep in South America near the Amazon, the guarana shrub thrives. This shrub needs a humid climate to grow properly. For centuries, the people of Brazil have known that caffeine taken from these vine shrubs can help reduce your appetite while providing enough energy to get through a very long trek through the forest. The people of South America routinely carry it on long journeys. The seeds are close to the size of a coffee bean and contain a highly concentrated amount of caffeine. The amount of caffeine in one seed is approximately 4 to 5 times as much as the amount of caffeine in a coffee bean.

Guarana has to be extracted from the seeds. The people of South America first take the seeds and then grind them down to a powder. Guarana powder easily fits inside of a piece of Think Gum. You can chew a piece of Think Gum and you will be able to reap one of the guarana benefits which is instant absorption. When you are chewing the piece of gum, your saliva breaks down the ingredients and they are readily carried into your bloodstream. Studies have shown that there is better absorption of ingredients when a person is chewing a piece of gum. Because of that, you have more energy for a longer period of time than if you had had a cup of coffee. If you want to stay awake safely, then a good recommendation would be to try a piece of Think Gum.

Think Gum was formulated to help people to feel a continuous boost of energy. When you absorb the caffeine and herbs in Think Gum, you are not absorbing them as quickly as you would if you chugged an energy drink.

Peppermint is one ingredient in Think Gum that is released slowly when a piece of Think Gum is chewed. Studies have shown that peppermint can make people feel more alert therefore preventing feelings of sleepiness.

Peppermint can also help you have a better feeling about yourself because it improves your mood. People who consume peppermint report that they can breathe better. Using peppermint is one very tasty way to stay awake.

Sometimes it is suggested to get up and move around when you need to know how to stay awake. But this suggestion is not good if you are already sleepy because you have no energy. This is why you should chew a piece of Think Gum before you feel sleepy.

A piece of Think Gum will give you the energy to keep you going so that you would have enough energy to move if you wanted to. The combination of guarana along with the other herbs in Think Gum makes it easy for your body to make the best use of the boost of energy provided by Think Gum.

About Author Chris Wong, President of PSC Distribution Ltd, distributor of Think Gum

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