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  • Caffeine, the main stimulant found in coffee, works on a chemical level to give you energy by replacing the biochemical adenosine, which makes you tired.
  • There are many health benefits to caffeine, such as a boost in metabolism and an increase in physical performance/muscle strength.
  • To get the most positive impacts of your daily caffeine intake, drink coffee between 10 in the morning and 12 noon or between 2 in the afternoon and 5 in the evening.

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What your morning coffee really does to your brain

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What Are The Health Benefits Of Coffee ?
  • Boosting your metabolism
  • Improving your physical performance
  • Helping you with your nutrient intake (the vitamins B2, B3, B5, manganese, and potassium are all found in coffee)
  • Lowering your risk of developing type 2 diabetes
  • Helping fight depression symptoms and make you happier
  • Providing a source of antioxidants

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GOOD MORNING !

Good Morning 🌞

Your morning coffee is good for you - if you drink it at the right time.

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Everything About Coffee
  • Billions of people relish coffee every day, in various forms, making it one of the most popular beverages in the world.
  • Caffeine, the buzz-giving ingredient in coffee, is a natural stimulant found in tea, cacao and coffee beans, and affects the brain and the central nervous system.
  • This psychoactive drug dates back to the first brewed tea, back in 2737 BCE. A little later, coffee was discovered by a shepherd in Ethiopia, who noticed that coffee beans gave a jolt of energy to his goats.
  • Coffee is consumed by up to 90 percent of the North American population every day.

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What Is Caffeine, and Is It Good or Bad for Health?

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Caffeine worsens your anxiety

Drinks such as coffee, sodas, energy drinks, tea, and chocolate, all contain caffeine.

People who have anxiety disorders and panic disorders are generally more sensitive to the effects of caffeine. The stimulants in caffeine can mimic and heighten symptoms of anxiety when consumed in large amounts. It can rapidly increase your heartbeat or even make your body feel restless

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Is Coffee Making Your Anxiety Worse?

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Coffee As An Addictive Substance
  • Coffee is the world’s most popular psychoactive drug, with over 80 percent of American adults having it daily.
  • Quitting caffeine produces withdrawal symptoms like lack of alertness, fatigue, and headache.
  • While it is a well-known fact that caffeine is a chemically addictive substance, the withdrawal symptoms are now categorized as a mental disorder.

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This Is How Your Brain Becomes Addicted to Caffeine

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