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Some Myths and Facts on Caffeine


There are several theories about the caffeine is wrong and it is believed by the public. Caffeine from coffee, tea, and cocoa beans. Caffeine content contained in foods varies.

Caffeine content ranged from 160mg in some energy drinks. Caffeine is also contained in some pain relievers, flu remedy, and diet pills. Doses of caffeine on medicine are the range 16-200 mg. Caffeine as a drug has benefits as and help improve the effectiveness of other pain relievers.

Here are some myths and facts from the caffeine.

Caffeine can cause dependency
Fact: Caffeine is a stimulant to the central nervous system and the use of caffeine on a regular basis can lead to dependence. However, caffeine does not cause disruption of social life, physical health, economic or other addictive drugs like. Stop consuming coffee suddenly generally may give rise to symptoms of addiction for one day or more. This condition is most likely to occur if someone is consuming coffee more than one glass a day.
Symptoms of dependence arising when quitting Caffeine consumption are:
-Headaches
-Experiencing fatigue
-Experience the anxiety
-Have a quick temper
-The condition of such emotional distress
-Having trouble concentrating

Caffeine can cause insomnia
Fact: the body can quickly absorb caffeine, but can also eliminate it quickly. Caffeine is metabolized in the liver, it takes approximately five to seven hours to remove half the caffeine from the body. Generally, consuming caffeine can interfere with the day e.g. not sleep at night. The consumption of caffeine 6 hours before going to bed to prevent the occurrence of insomnia. Someone who is more sensitive to caffeine, not only experienced insomnia but also other caffeine side effects like gastrointestinal disorders and nervousness.

Caffeine can increase the risk of osteoporosis, heart disorders, and cancer
Fact: the average coffee Consumes as much as 300 mg or 3 cups of coffee do not harm healthy adults. Some people are more susceptible to side effects of caffeine.
Osteoporosis and caffeine
According to the study, caffeine can increase the body loses calcium and magnesium through the urine. However, the condition can't raise the risk of osteoporosis especially if it can keep up with the consumption of enough calcium

Disorders of the heart and caffeine
In people who are sensitive to caffeine can increase heart rate and increment risk of blood pressure. In a recent study, caffeine does not affect cholesterol levels, heart rate, or an increase in the risk of cardiovascular disorders. If you already have high blood pressure or heart disorders, consult with your doctor before consuming caffeine.

Cancer and caffeine
There is no relationship between caffeine can increase the risk of cancer. Even based on the fact of caffeine can have effects against certain types of cancer shield cover.

Caffeine is for women who are currently pregnant program
Some research suggests that consuming low amounts of coffee (the cup of coffee per day or no more than 200 mg per day) does not affect a few things such as:
-Difficulty conceiving
-Miscarriage
-Birth defects
-Premature birth
-Low birth rate

Caffeine can cause dehydration
Fact: Caffeine can cause frequent urination or a mild diuretic. However, according to the research of the condition showed no caffeine can cause dehydration.

Caffeine can harm children
Fact: some kids are sensitive to caffeine with increases the side effects such as anxiety or irritability. In addition, in General, caffeine consumed by children through drink fizzy drinks, energy, or sweet tea which all contain high sugar levels. These conditions can increase the risk of the occurrence of overweight in children.

Caffeine does have benefits for health
Fact: Caffeine has little health benefits, but the caffeine has many potential benefits. Caffeine has its benefits to relieve a headache and asthma. Some research suggests that caffeine may lower the risk of the occurrence of Parkinson's, liver disorders, colon cancer, type 2 diabetes, and dementia (senile).

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