This is a love story that most of us coffee lovers have with our cup of joe.
We can only love our java so much, and there will come a time when we have to have a little less than what we’ve been used to.
Parting ways is an arduous process filled with pain, pining, and pure anguish.
(Okay, that may be too much but you know what I mean.)
Romance calls this passion. Science calls this caffeine withdrawal.
Caffeine is a natural substance that's considered a stimulant. It's able to keep you alert because of how it works in the brain. To get the most bang for the buck, it's important to know the right amount of caffeine to consume in a day.
Before one can identify themselves with Albert Einstein’s of the world, they’ll have to get their IQ or Intelligence Quotient first. That’s the only time they can get their certified genius badge.
The good news is, IQ can be improved. Scientific studies have shown that you can definitely level up intelligence through science-based practice and techniques.
Earlier, we’ve covered 5 signs that you may be too attached with your caffeine and should be cutting back.
But if you can’t believe it and still hankering for more signs, then this article is for you.
Here are 5 more signs that you have too much love for caffeine.
Early 2018, the coffee-cancer connection was making the rounds, causing java regulars – almost two-thirds of Americans - to get all too jittery.
There were reports saying that coffee may be carcinogenic or cancer-causing (“may” being the operative word here), following a California court ruling warning consumers about a chemical coming from the brewing/roasting process.
So what do us coffee-lovers need to know?
Much of what we know about coffee are its benefits: it perks us up, gives that much-needed boost during an afternoon slump, makes us do better in sports, helps us focus, makes our skin glow, speeds up our metabolism, and essentially gets us in a better mood!
But perhaps the magnitude of coffee’s benefits all boil down to what many coffee lovers and researchers believe:
Coffee drinkers live longer.
But is there scientific evidence behind this claim? This article will find out!
The afternoon slump would be OK if you could just lie down for a little nap. But most of us have to earn a living, and management would likely frown on anyone who went home from 2 to 4 p.m. for a siesta. Unless (a) you’re somewhere in Europe – where this is perfectly acceptable or (b) you have the total freedom to create your own schedule every day.
But what if an afternoon nap is out of the question? How can you cope with an urge to sleep after lunch?
This article suggests ways on how you can beat the afternoon slump.
You have it every day. You know exactly what to tell the barista the moment you step into the café.
Coffee - it’s second nature to you.
You may have heard a lot about what it does to your body – its surprising benefits and side effects alike.
But can you really tell which is truth from #fakenews?
Today we’re going to do some myth busting.
Here are 3 things about coffee – and what the real score is.
Caffeine keeps you alert, enhances concentration, and alleviates fatigue— so it would only be good to drink copious volumes of caffeinated beverages before an exam in school, right?
Maybe, maybe not.
In this article, we’ll find out what to do pre-exams, caffeine-wise.
Navy SEALs go on missions to raid, ambush and assault enemy forces or terrorist cells. These missions include a lot of sleep deprivation. So in training during Hell Week, as it’s called, Navy SEAL candidates must stay awake for five days in a row to see if they can handle it. And they do this twice.