14 Foods You Should Eat When You Are Sleep Deprived To Power You Through The Day

In the past, sleep was never taken for granted. Somewhere down the line, after the inception of ‘hustle culture’, it became associated with laziness. Our fixation on the ‘hustle’ has culminated in a society that prioritizes production over wellness, and even basic health.

All of us know what a lack of sleep can yield: memory deficits, aging, and even hypertension and diabetes. One of the most noticeable side effects of sleep deprivation is how hard it is to get through the day.

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Intro – 0:00
Water – 00:49
Snack healthy – 01:29
Practice Portion Control – 02:00
Eggs – 02:25
Nuts and Seeds – 03:11
Coffee – 03:59
Prepare your food in advance – 04:49
Oats – 05:14
Beans – 05:38
Avoid Sugar – 05:57
Green tea – 06:19
Veg and Hummus – 07:08
Chewing gum – 07:52
Apples – 08:03


Water: Lack of water in your body can make you feel sleepy. Plus, by the time your body tells you you’re thirsty, you are already dehydrated.

Snack Healthy: Being tired can make it hard to know when you’re hungry, which leads to snacking.

Practice Portion Control: Avoid the temptation to eat a huge lunch if you’re already tired.

Eggs: If you wake up feeling groggy, breakfast is definitely the most important meal of the day.

Nuts and Seeds: Nuts and seeds are a great option if you’re looking for something to satisfy your hunger pangs without draining your energy levels.

Coffee: Caffeine temporarily interferes with the chemical signals of sleepiness.

Prepare your food in advance: Make batch cooking your new best friend.

Oats: They’re not just for breakfast. A big bowl of oats packs a punch of filling fiber and a little protein.

Beans: Beans keep you going in more ways than one thanks to a trio of carbs, protein, and fiber.

Avoid Sugar: Processed, sugary foods and drinks won't do you any favors.

Green Tea: Coffee is probably your beverage of choice when you find yourself yawning at your desk.

Veg and Hummus: An afternoon slump occurs as your blood sugar levels start to dip following lunch.

Chewing gum: Mint helps you stay up. Sucking on a mint or chewing gum will also keep your mouth alert which will reduce sleepiness.

Apples: Apples can even help keep drowsiness away.

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