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Pay attention to your breathing.

Breathing deeply gives the brain more oxygen, making it more alert. Slowly inhale air through your nose. You should feel your stomach rise, but your chest should move only a little. Hold your breath for four seconds and then let it out through your mouth. You will feel more awake.

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