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CaffeineOh, that morning cup of coffee (caffeine). Millions of Americans enjoy that wake-up cup. Later in the day when we feel that drowsiness or sleepy feeling creeping up, what do we do? We’re likely to grab another cup. A caffeine buzz comes in many forms, including sodas, and chocolate. Tea is another widely used source of caffeine, and many of the popular energy drinks contain this substance. It can produce effects in as little as an hour, and can last up to 5 hours. Based on body size and amount used, the effects can vary.

Caffeine is derived from seeds, leaves and fruits of certain plants that produce it as a pesticide.  It has a bitter taste and acts as a stimulant.  Humans enjoy it for the sense of alertness they feel after a few cups of coffee, but is found in many other products we consume such as candies, beverages, and even some medicines. It is probably the most popular psychoactive drug consumed today because many people don’t realize how prevalent it is in so many foods and drinks, and because they don’t realize that it is addictive.

Caffeine Side Effects: Good or Bad?

Addiction to this drug can produce a variety of side effects, some of which can interfere with other health problems such as cardiovascular disease, and extreme overdosing can result in death, due to ventricular fibrillation. When more than 250 milligrams a day are taken, a condition called caffeinism can occur. The usual side effects of this can range from headache, nervousness, irritability, restlessness, and even insomnia. Some evidence, on the good side shows that normal caffeine consumption later in life can be helpful for Alzheimer’s patients. But this evidence is inconclusive.  Caffeine can over-stimulate the nervous system and can produce a jittery feeling or nervousness. If highly overdosed, hallucinations and delusions can result.

This drug can be purchased nearly everywhere. It is easy to see why, with the need to multi-task these days that so many have become addicted to caffeine. If you are battling with caffeine addiction and need to get things back to normal in your life, we can help. We have programs in our facilities that cater to this very type addiction.

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