Coffee is an inevitable part of our daily consumption. It is what keeps us going and makes us 'productive'.
But researchers have cracked the reasons in why coffee is such an invincible part of our daily life.
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We all know that caffeine has an effect on our energy level.Caffeine works to block adenosine , a neurotransmitter that causes drowsiness. As a result, your pituitary gland releases hormones that cause your adrenal glands to produce adrenaline.
Caffeine has a half-life of about six hours, meaning that you shouldn't drink it late in the day. That same neurotransmitter, adenosine, is important for regulating your sleep, so it's usually best to avoid drinking regular coffee after 2 or 3 p.m.
Depression is a real thing, especially as people are faced with the multiple challenges. But coffee can help. Studies have shown that people who drink coffee are20 percent less likely to become depressed.
One of the reasons is that caffeine causes your body to increase the level of dopamine in your brain, which is the chemical that causes you to feel happy. Yes, coffee, at least the kind with caffeine, can literally make you happier.
Coffee won't actually make you smarter, but it will help you stay sharp.
The adrenaline produced opens up your airways, allowing you to breathe more easily. That, in turn, can increase the oxygen in your bloodstream, which also affects the brain in positive ways. The result is that you can think more clearly, solve problems, and make decisions faster.
Coffee has also been shown in studies to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Many motivational speakers have mentioned the three to four hour biological limit of creative work that can be accomplished in a day.
Great polymaths and thinkers highlight this short amount of working hours when the creative juices flow.
Manual labour, which is mostly assembly line work, or mindless administrative chores like creating reports can be done for far longer.
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