High caffeine tolerance Watch

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I have a really high caffeine tolerance which is really beginning to annoy me. I have uni exams coming up over the next few days and for some reason, I always seem to be feeling tired at around 6-7 pm, which is no good. Most students just have a Redbull, Monster etc and can work for a good few more hours. Caffeine seems to have no effect on me.

I can drink Redbull, coffee etc and still go to sleep within the next 15 mins. I've tried having 20 min naps at around 2-3pm, still no change.

I don't think it's my sleep because I pretty much always get around 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep and my sleep schedule is pretty consistent

Is there ANYTHING which I could do?
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Get more sleep?
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(Original post by e aí rapaz)
Get more sleep?
Should have mentioned.. I do get at least 7.5 hours a night, typically 8 hrs
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You could try waking yourself up with something that isn't caffeine. Going for a jog or a bike ride can help reset the brain and get you working again.
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(Original post by Reddington)
I have a really high caffeine tolerance which is really beginning to annoy me. I have uni exams coming up over the next few days and for some reason, I always seem to be feeling tired at around 6-7 pm, which is no good. Most students just have a Redbull, Monster etc and can work for a good few more hours. Caffeine seems to have no effect on me.

I can drink Redbull, coffee etc and still go to sleep within the next 15 mins. I've tried having 20 min naps at around 2-3pm, still no change.

I don't think it's my sleep because I pretty much always get around 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep and my sleep schedule is pretty consistent

Is there ANYTHING which I could do?
Some people naturally need more than 8 hours sleep. Try sleeping for 9 or 9.5 and see if it makes any difference. Good luck


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