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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  • The caffeine in your morning coffee binds to your brain's adenosine receptors, preventing the biochemical from making you tired.
  • Caffeine also builds your adrenaline supply, which increases your heart rate and allows blood to pump faster.
  • Caffeine prevents dopamine from being reabsorbed into your system, causing you to feel happy for longer.
  • The dopamine that lingers in the brain can trigger the brain to crave more caffeine.
  • The more coffee you drink, the more adenosine receptors are formed, which means you may need more coffee to keep you awake.

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Caffeine

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

Caffeine in excess cause anxiety, heart palpitations, and sleeping disturbances.

Up to 400mg of caffeine a day (two to four 8 ounce cups) can be part of a healthy diet, and over 600mg per day is too much.

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