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Your brain on coffee

https://bigthink.com/mind-brain/morning-coffee-benefits?rebelltitem=1

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Your brain on coffee
Caffeine, the main stimulant in coffee, works on a chemical level to give you a boost of energy. However, caffeine is structurally similar to another chemical naturally created in the body, called adenosine, which makes you tired.Some substances imitate natural neurotransmitters and can take their p...

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Caffeine is the main stimulant in coffee and works on a chemical level to give you a boost of energy.

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