The effect of caffeine on the body

  Many people are accustomed to drinking various types of drinks at different times of the day, and many people rush to drink the morning drink as soon as they wake up. Habits acquired by many have become a daily and essential daily routine.

The effect of caffeine on the body

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   Many people are accustomed to drinking various types of drinks at different times of the day, and many people rush to drink the morning drink as soon as they wake up. Habits acquired by many have become a daily and essential daily routine.

 

  Caffeine is currently the main user in the types of drinks that many are accustomed to, and its global consumption is estimated at 120,000 tons per year, making it the most popular substance in the world. Caffeine is an alkaloid from the xanthines group, and it is classified as a psychoactive drug (a stimulant group).

 

 Caffeine is present in coffee, tea and the seeds of some plants, and acts as a stimulant for the nervous system, and the scientist "Pelotte" indicated that it is not classified as a drug, and studies in Singapore added that caffeine helps to preserve the brain's capabilities by protecting the brain from the accumulation of destructive proteins over the years, and also The possibility of caffeine to help stimulate the central nervous system, which leads to increased alertness and increased memory and concentration activity.

 

  Caffeine helps many people to obtain health benefits, but consumption has many effects.

  Here are some effects of caffeine use (benefits and harms): ---

 

Benefits of using caffeine: -

 Helping improve migraine and tension headache pain:

             (such as medicines that contain caffeine such as “Paracetamol”, and this was proven by a study conducted in 2017 in the Journal of

"The Journal Of Headache And Pain"

           Also, another study showed that caffeine relieves headaches that appear as a result of stress or anxiety.

Promote alertness and improve mental abilities:

         (Caffeine helps to overcome drowsiness and maintain the cognitive functions of the brain and in some cases of Alzheimer's disease or dementia).

 Helping to increase athletic performance:

            (Caffeine enhances athletes' physical performance, muscle endurance, strength, and pain relief, as well as aiding breathing during exercise.)

Contribute to reducing the risk of some diseases:

           (Such as reducing the incidence of diabetes, a study published in 2018 in the journal

“Nutrition, Metabolism And Cardiovascular Diseases”

Two cups of coffee a day help reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and other studies have added that the caffeine in coffee helps prevent gallstones.

- Enhance memory and increase low blood pressure:

       (One study added that drinking coffee for employees or students in the morning enhances their performance when consumed in the morning).

 

    It is considered safe natural consumption of caffeine when the consumption limit reaches 400 milligrams of consuming different types of caffeine, but.. Increased consumption leads to negative effects, and this is shown in: -

The use of high doses of caffeine causes headaches, increased blood pressure, and headaches.

Increased heart rate, and some studies have shown that increased consumption may lead to heart attacks for people with high blood pressure.

Osteoporosis and a decrease in the concentration of calcium in the body, as well as a lack of collagen production in the body.

Feeling of tension, nervousness and increased insomnia, especially at bedtime, and sometimes sleep disturbances.

Stomach upset, irritation, and indigestion.

 

    Caffeine has become a daily routine for every adult, but we must be careful not to use any of the drinks or medications, and review the instructions and instructions for each age.. Preserving the body and soul is imperative and necessary for each of us.

The effect of caffeine on the body

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