Considered as supplements, these are your caffeine fix taken in capsule form. They may have natural caffeine straight from the brewing process, while others may have synthetic or artificial caffeine.
Caffeine pills provide the same stimulating benefits as coffee and other caffeine beverages.
Note that caffeine pills aren’t exactly those caffeine powder you see in bulk from the retail stores. In fact, the US Food and Drug Administration or FDA considers caffeine powder as “potentially dangerous.”  Caffeine pills are generally safe, though there are some precautions to note, which we’ll talk about later.
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.
Mixing up caffeine and antibiotics – yay or nay?
If you’re under medication, specifically antibiotics, but is yearning to reach for that cup of joe, then this is a very important question.
According to a report by the New York Times, coffee can prevent some of the medications from working.  Depending on the drug you’re taking, coffee – or any other caffeine source – can either amplify its effects, increase the side effects, or block the absorption.
Some interactions are even considered lethal, while others may only need a consultation with a medical professional.
With the help of rx.com, we’ve listed down a few drugs that may have direct impact in your system when mixed with caffeine. 
Staying motivated at work can be a challenge, especially if you have a job that isn’t very interesting or that is downright boring. That said, it’s not necessarily the job one has to do but attitude that drives motivation.
Being motivated makes it easier to get work done, so there is a benefit to it. The root word for motivatecomes from the verb to move, and it means to move to action or impel. It’s not certain that one can feel impelled to do mundane tasks, but simply getting the boring stuff out of the way can be a big inspiration to motivation.
Ever wondered how to get the best bang for the cup? Of coffee at least.
What if I tell you that the best way you can stay awake after drinking coffee is to get some shut-eye?
Ironic as it sounds, it's how you can recharge and make the most out of your tall cup of cappuccino, or a shot of espresso.
In fact, coffee naps are a thing. If you take caffeine before you snooze in the afternoon or whenever, when you wake up you'll feel less groggy, experts say.
The effect comes by getting the benefit of the sleep, add to that the stimulating benefits of caffeine when you wake up. Both caffeine and sleep alleviate tiredness, so the double whammy works well together.
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.
It’s common knowledge that coffee brings a whole range of benefits, the most popular being that instant kick in the morning.
It’s not just coffee that can be habit-forming. The benefits of regular caffeine fix themselves can lead us to grab one cup of joe after another.
But what if one day you decide to take a break from your favorite cup?
What happens when you stop drinking coffee?
Here are some of the interesting things that could occur.
How many cups of coffee do you normally have in a day?
Two? Three? Four? More?
If you’ve read one of our articles “Here’s how much caffeine you can have in a day,” you will know that the sweet spot is 400 mg a day. That’s equivalent to 4 cups of brewed coffee.
This is the ultimate good news for coffee-lovers, right?
But what if you go beyond four cups of joe a day? What exactly will happen?
You want to achieve the most productive and effective meetings. So when is the best time to schedule them?
Here are some tips to optimize your boardroom huddles and video conferences.
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?