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Caffeine reduces nutrients to your brain

Caffeine deprives your brain of nutrients that impact your mood and brain functions, such as Magnesium and Vitamin B. Magnesium plays a role in anxiety and depression, and Vitamin B is known as the anti-stress vitamin.

Anxiety causes reduced blood flow to your brain, and caffeine worsens it. That means that your brain gets fewer nutrients such as oxygen and water.

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