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Essay On Caffeine

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However people with previous issues such as medical things, could pose a not so good problem for those people; Some with anxiety issues could make that problem for them worse. It is advised if the person does have this issue to use caffeine very carefully. There are many diseases that could possible get worse with the use of caffeine. Bipolar, Bleeding disorders, heart conditions, diabetes, diarrhea, epilepsy, glaucoma, osteoporosis, these are all diseases that could possibly be worsened by the use of caffeine or products with. In young adults drinking 4 or more cups of coffee significantly could risk heart attack and death. Coffee could stain someone’s teeth, it is also acidic so it can break down someone's teeth and cause decay;…show more content…
It may be okay for adults but children should really limit or not drink it. (Caffeine Uses and Side Effects) Likewise caffeine is a stimulant that falls under the methylxanthine class, which is a psychoactive drug and can be very dangerous. Since caffeine lies in the system for four to six hours, it is very easy to overdo the recommended intake. Common effects of caffeine overdose is feeling more anxious and increased anxiety. Recommendations for moderate consumption is around 3000 to 400 mg; this equals about three or four cups of coffee. A dose of as small as 500 mg and up could cause symptoms of overdose. However tragic does are 10 grams or roughly 50 to 100 cups of beverages containing caffeine. (Is caffeine really addictive?) Meanwhile some say caffeine makes the world go round. For students, caffeine is often a necessity and is widely available in the form of coffee, tea, energy drinks and more. The lack of dangerous side effects and the increased cognitive “boost” caffeine provides can be enticing. Many students believe the benefits of drinking caffeinated beverages certainly outweigh the risks. However, keep in mind a few things before indulging; caffeine stimulates the central nervous system, just like Adderall and amphetamines. (Caffeine: How much is too much?) While caffeine use does not pose the same negative health consequences of some stimulants, caffeine withdrawal, dependence and toxicity do
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