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- 17May 17, '12 by brian, ADN AdminSchool is ending for some ... but for many studying is still part of their day.
Any tips you can share for memory? What food is good for the brain / memory?
How about those energy drinks? Do they work?
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- 1May 17, '12 by Hygiene Queen, ADN, RN GuideIf, for example, you want to post as a student on any of the student threads, go to "Students". Then pick the appropriate section you want to start a new thread on, like "General Student". At the top right you will see "Start a topic now".
- 6May 17, '12 by VivaLasViejas, ASN, RN GuideEnergy drinks are NOT my friend. The last time I drank one, I was still wide awake at two A.M., hand-washing several of my blouses....my husband woke up because I wasn't in bed, came to investigate, and I told him "WellIwasawakeandIgotboredandIdecidedtosavesomemon eyontheutilitybillbywashingtheseinthesinkinsteadof themachine." Or something kinda like that.
- 2May 17, '12 by educalcuHonestly food is the best help. Oatmeal, yogurt, sweet potatoes, salmon, eggs and berries are all exmaples of "power foods." Usually on the morning of a test I eat a bowl of oatmeal with honey, 2-3 eggs, and a glass of warm water (its best to drink hot drinks in the morning to help jump start your system).
- 0May 17, '12 by Live.&.LearnI don't do energy drinks...coffee, yes, energy drinks, no way. I have been taking stuff from "Isagenix", cellular cleansing, nutritional replenishing stuff and they have this one supplement called Ionix Supreme and I love it!!! Since I've started using this stuff I have had more energy, can focus better, retain information better, and just feel better all around. All the stuff is all natural, loaded with antioxidents, adaptogens, amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, minerals ect...good stuff