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by luis lotte (2020-01-29)

The first step to setting the stage for your brain to work at its optimum capacity involves creating the right environment. Doing so helps encourage the most favorable state of consciousness, according to a study published by Cornell University. While testing different office temperatures at a large insurance company in Florida, study researchers found that warmer temperatures made people happier and more alert. According to the study, "When temperatures were low (69 degrees, or 20 degrees Celsius), employees made 44 percent more mistakes than at optimal room temperature (77 degrees, or 25 degrees Celsius)."

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