Whatever your personality, I think we can all agree that life is exhausting. Work, social life, problem solving, bills, house care, all of it leads to draining energy and just plain old tiredness. The solution is to space short recharge times throughout your day so you can keep your energy up.
Introverts and extroverts have different needs and preferences for things that recharge. Introverts like private time. Time when they can go into a quiet corner and read a book, or even just sit and breathe for a few minutes. My office is a open floor plan, so I don’t have a private space readily available. I tend to use the break room at odd times, the stairwell to the upstairs floor, and the walkway outside when it’s warm.
Extroverts prefer conversation and socializing to recharge. Open office plans are great. Spend time by the water barrel and make time to talk to your friends at work. I can’t speak too much on this because I’m not a extrovert.
The important thing here is to make time for these moments. Figure out what makes your day smooth out, and schedule time. If your boss doesn’t like your preferred method of recharge, frame it in a way that he’ll understand.
For instance, If you’re an introvert and need time alone and in private to recharge/think well, talk with your boss about how your work requires deep thinking and that requires privacy. Some introverts have used that to negotiate working from home a couple days a week. Extroverts can talk about how their projects need collaboration, though that may not be necessary. American corporate culture favors extroverts and their tendencies.
Be creative. You need time to feel good so you can do your work well. Make sure it happens.