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Long term effect of coffee, "brain entropy"

Caffeine has a longer-term brain effect that initially sounds frightening – it sparks “brain entropy.”  Odd as it seems, this is actually a good thing.caffeine, as a potent psychostimulant, facilities faster information processing—causing brain networks to connect with more speed and efficiency-through a process of “cerebral entropy,”even when the brain isn't actively engaged. The researchers reported they found that caffeine “increased resting brain activity irregularity or complexity, suggesting an increase of information processing capacity in the resting brain.”

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What about the antioxidnants present in it?

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The bottom line

The bottom line

This effect may underlie outcomes found in previous observational research showing that in the long-term caffeine appears to improve cognitive performance, including verbal memory, and may also protect against cognitive decline.

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