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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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The first 6 hours

  • According to research, within the first 10 minutes after drinking coffee, the caffeine enters your bloodstream and is pumped throughout your body.
  • At 20 minutes, you'll feel less fatigue.
  • Within 30 minutes, your adrenal glands will produce more hormones, and your vision may become sharper due to your pupils dilating.
  • Within 40 minutes, your body begins producing more serotonin, which improves the neuron function and leads to improved coordination and muscle strength.
  • After 4 hours, your metabolism increases and you burn energy faster.
  • Within 6 hours, the coffee has gone through your system, and you will expel about half the caffeine.

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