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Caffeine impacts neurotransmitter balance

Caffeine makes you feel alert because it blocks adenosine - a neurotransmitter that activates drowsiness and exhaustion. That is why caffeine often feels like a quick fix.

However, caffeine can cause serotonin depletion in the long run. When serotonin is low, there is a risk of mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.

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