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1. Light in the morning helps move the circadian rhythms to an earlier wake-up time and earlier bedtime.


2. Light in the evening helps move the circadian rhythms to an earlier wake-up time and earlier bedtime.


3. High-glycemic carbohydrates, such as in a candy bar or donut, can increase alertness.


4. Bright light generally increases alertness.


5. Manipulating time of light exposure may help circadian rhythms adjust to an early work-start time.




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