One of the common questions about caffeine is whether it makes you dehydrated. Some think that coffee and other caffeinated beverages make them pee more than usual, perhaps making them believe that they’re losing fluids. Some though think that it doesn’t make a dent on their fluid intake.
If we were to turn these myths, urban legends, “feelings” and observations (however way you want to call it) into something scientific, then the million dollar question is…
ntermittent fasting (IF) is becoming not just a global health and fitness trend, but a way of life.
According to Healthline: 
Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern where you cycle between periods of eating and fasting.
It does not say anything about which foods to eat, but rather when you should eat them.
Doing IF is not just for losing weight, but also for better metabolism, improving medical conditions like diabetes, more optimal brain activity, stronger immune, and basically living longer [2, 3, 4].
While it focuses more on when to eat, rather than what, many people still ask this big question:
Can you drink coffee or tea while going through intermittent fasting?
Caffeine is a surefire way to keep you awake, right?
While caffeine can help keep you awake, it could also go the other way for you.
Just as when you need your caffeine fix to pull yourself out of misery – aka midday slump – the opposite happens. You pass out. You wake up. Lo and behold - your face is on your office keyboard!
As a stimulant, caffeine’s supposed to perk us up right?
But why does it make us feel tired instead?
In this article, we’ll introduce two concepts that could probably explain why it happens to you, and how you can prevent that from happening.
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. 
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.
It’s highly likely that most of us have been to different coffee franchises and had different brands. After all, Americans love their coffee. The National Coffee Association will tell you that 64% of Americans 18 years old and above “had a cup of coffee the previous day” in 2018. 
Well if you’ve ever wondered how much caffeine is in the most popular coffee brands in America, then this is the article for you.
The numbers have been crunched and verdict released.
Caffeine. Sometimes, it’s a love-hate relationship. It keeps us awake when we need to (read: all-nighters), but it can also keep us more alert than we’re supposed to.
For something we consume regularly, caffeine tends to consume us back. We enjoy it so much to have one, two, three cups of our favorite caffeinated drink, only to realize the consequence when that 1 AM moment hits.
Caffeine can be a much-needed boost – that’s common knowledge – but we’ve never really paid much attention to how it works.
That’s what this article’s for. We’re going to dive deep into caffeine and how it affects sleep.
Did you know that the benefits of coffee go beyond helping you get a second wind during that afternoon slump? It actually helps you get smooth, glowing skin!
Sounds like your typical skin care ad right? But here me out.
Coffee's properties give natural benefits for the skin. And no, not by drinking more cups of joe. It's when you actually apply it on your skin.
Those innocuous-looking coffee ground can actually become a coffee scrub for your face and body!
This isn't the fad of the year - it's actually been done for years because of the things it can do for your skin.
Coffee, tea or (caffeine) mints.
So, which of these have you popped or downed today?
These products all contain varying amounts of caffeine, alongside others you wouldn't have thought to contain it. Ice cream, frozen yogurt, breakfast cereals, pudding, pain medications … even cocoa butter lotion apparently all have it! 
Do you like most (or all) of these products? Then you must be wondering how much caffeine you take in daily.
We've got you covered.
Keep reading to find out the safe amount to consume and what might happen if you get too caffeine-happy.
Feeling antsy and hyperactive, being impulsive, and having short attention span are telltale signs of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD.
ADHD is usually thought of as a disorder in children, but people can have it even as an adult.
You might think the last thing you should take is caffeine, which is known to boost energy. But it may be just what the doctor could prescribe.
Some of our favorite athletes are just like us – they have their everyday caffeine regimenand love it.
But did you know that some athletes don’t just have it as part of their morning routine; they also use it to boost sports performance?
In fact, three-fourths of the world’s elite athletes take advantage of caffeine’s performance-enhancing properties.
But have athletes always been allowed to drink coffee and other products with caffeine in them, especially right before the sport?
If so, how much are they allowed to consume?
Pregnant ladies may be going through A LOT of changes (such an understatement, we know).
This is probably true not just with their body (physical and physiological), but also in their diet. There’s a lot of foods and beverages to avoid during pregnancy, which is a tall order for a lot of people! 
And for many, quitting caffeine is the toughest.
But is getting a caffeine fix really bad for pregnant women?
We’re going to try to answer this million-dollar question by putting together the various research and studies we’ve found on the topic and try to help you ladies come up with not just an answer, but a solution.