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Major effects of Caffeine intake!

Coffee and tea are incredibly healthy beverages. But considerably they are the rich source of caffeine. They are the substance that may boost your mood, metabolism. Also, they help in boosting mental and physical performance.

The studies have also shown that it’s safe for most people when consumed in low-to-moderate amounts. On the other hands, if taken in high doses, caffeine may have unpleasant and even dangerous side effects.

The experts on the basis if the studies done say that the human genes have a major influence on your tolerance to it.

Some can consume much more caffeine than others without experiencing negative effects.

 

Anxiety!

Caffeine foods are the best known for their alertness increase. They mainly work by blocking the effects of adenosine. This is a brain chemical that makes you feel tired. At the same time, caffeine triggers the release of adrenaline. The release of adrenaline, the “fight-or-flight” hormone is associated with increased energy.

However, at higher doses, these effects may become more pronounced, leading to anxiety and nervousness.

 

Insomnia!

Caffeine is high able to benefit the individuals who stay awake. Thus, this is one of the most high prized qualities of caffeine. On the other hand, too much caffeine can make it difficult to get enough restorative sleep.

As per the studies, experts have claimed to find that higher caffeine intake appears to increase the amount of time it takes to fall asleep. It may also decrease total sleeping time, especially in the elderly.

 

Digestion problems!

Most of the humans discover that a morning cup of coffee helps get their bowels moving. The laxative effect of coffee has been attributed to the release of gastrin. This gastrin is a hormone produced in the stomach. Thus, gastrin speeds up activity in the colon. Thus, this clarifies that too much intake of caffeine can lead to many issues related to digestion

 

 

 

 

 

About the author

Tina Hayden

Tina is a freelance writer based in Maine. She earned her bachelor’s in journalism at Temple University. She has written several high-level documentations for local magazine. She loves to travel and vlog her vacations when she is not writing. [email protected]

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