Instead of some useless wallpapers use nootropics. I'll say this - if somebody is fairly overwhelmed, has a properly developed personality and does not fall into some pathologies caused by drugs, but has a congenital lazy and light, maybe a temporary lack of motivation it is a lot
of nootropes that are worthy of interest. Noopept (works after about a week strongly motivates, slightly antidepressant), anracetam (works after about a week strongly anti-anxiety) or always recommended by me phenylpiracetam (for short-term use, I do not recommend for permanent use because the tolerance of the body grows rapidly), because there is simply no better substance to repair the brain. If someone has a tendency to become addicted, it's not a problem either, because noopeptes have literally no addictive potential. In comparison, SSRI reduce dopamine and norepinephrine levels. In other words, they are supposed to improve the mood at the expense of worsening motivation. Serotonin and endorphins are responsible for good mood, dopamine and norepinephrine are responsible for motivation. Acetylcholine has an indirect effect, but more affects the motivation. Of natural things, cinnamon is one of the best nootropic/antidepressants known to me besides curcuma. His exact pharmacological profile is uncertain, so they're just
other people's guesses I found in the abyss of the net. Cinnamon is probably a weak NMDA antagonist, MAO inhibitor and cholinesterase, nACHr antagonist and 5-ht1a agonist. Deluctatic effects in the form of lightening of thoughts are visible after the first dose, but only after 3-4 days of supplementation a clear nootropic effect appears. I recommend you to eat cinnamon (a flat teaspoon of cinnamon 3 times a day).