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Koca inn, i guess its profanity the leaf of the coca plant, chew like tobacco, if hard to find try some shoots of cuban coffee, for long term fatigue well i recommend to visit a physician

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Some times find another job and getting away from people dragging you down.

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Coffee for a quick boost. Complex carbs (bread, grains, etc.) for long term, coupled with vitamins and sunlight. Make sure you get a good nights sleep.

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