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    Caffeine vs. No Caffeine Humans have used caffeine for the past hundred years to be active and get work done faster, but is caffeine really helping us do that? Caffeine has been demonstrated to improve reaction time, cognitive performances, and physical activities. Effect of caffeine has been studied in various research studies. Caffeine is used in many different activities to stay active or awake during the task. An example of this can be college students using caffeine while studying for their

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    impossible. You have most likely experienced this feeling whether it be from eating too much candy, or having too many caffeinated, sugary drinks. Attention Getter: Many of you probably drink pop, coffee, or other drinks containing some amount of caffeine. Caffeine has become more and more common, and most people don’t think too much about it. Even if you only rarely consume caffeinated drinks, it’s still important to know what these drinks are doing to your body. Listener Relevance Link: Personally

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    Caffeine is a substance that occurs naturally in certain plants, Caffeine can also be man-made, and it is added to many substances. Caffeine is one of the most commonly tested ergogenic aids (substances that enhance an individual 's energy use, production, or recovery) and is known to help athletes improve their performance allowing them to train harder and longer. Caffeine stimulates the brain and contributes to clearer thinking and greater concentration. WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) are observing

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    Caffeine

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    Caffeine, the most unregulated drug in circulation today! Most of the worlds population consumes it without a second thought it's become a every day socially acceptable drug Making caffeine one of the most widely consumed psychoactive agents in the world. Most of us consume it every day, but how much do we really know about it? Caffeine has been incorporated in our history for thousands of years. There are many different story's and source of caffeine world wide . One of the most eccentric caffeine

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    Caffeine, a popularly consumed central nervous system stimulant is consumed on a day to day basis around the globe. Caffeine can be ingested into the body by either eating it or drinking it. Caffeine comes in forms of many processed foods such as coffee, chocolate bars, candy, sodas, and energy drinks as well as tea. For example millions of people all around the world consume coffee on a daily basis. Due to the large consumption of caffeine, both the negative and positive side effects of consuming

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    Introduction This lab covered the effects of caffeine, nicotine, caffeine extract and nicotine extract on the pulsation rates of Lumbriculus variegatus, commonly known as blackworms. The circulatory system consists of the heart and the blood vessels that circulate blood throughout the organism’s body. Blackworms do not possess a respiratory system or a heart, thus they circulate their blood through contractions of the blood vessels. The pulsation rate was observed along the dorsal blood vessel near

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    Caffeine Addiction

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    alcohol, and meth. However, the most widely consumed addictive substance that tends to get overlooked is caffeine. About 83% of the world drink caffeine in one day. Many individuals rely heavily on its effect in order to perform daily tasks. Unlike other psychoactive substances, caffeine can be obtained legally and the government does not regulate its production in most parts of the world. Caffeine is a prominent ingredient in a variety of products including coffee, soda, energy drinks, and some over-the-counter

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    Essay On Caffeine

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    Today how many people drink caffeine daily and do not realize the harmful effects of doing so? Caffeine is found in many common drinks consumed by both adults and children on a daily basis. People are not concerned with the impact of caffeine on their bodies. Caffeine is addictive and the brain will become dependent on it to keep the mind awake. Caffeine keeps the body from falling asleep by blocking the adenosine receptors; adenosine is what makes the person sleepy. Caffeinated drinks are especially

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    Chemistry Of Caffeine

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    Caffeine is considered to be the most consumed psycho pick-me-up and is present in more than sixty plants. It is part of our everyday consumptions, such as coffee, tea, energy drinks and even chocolate even its small amount, around 90% of individuals use caffeine in one form or another. Caffeine has many similar traits with more of the bigger drugs such as cocaine, amphetamines and even heroin. The thing is that caffeine uses similar biochemical mechanisms as the other drugs which in fact are known

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    Caffeine In Sports

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    on an athlete’s quality of sleep, academic success, and athletic performance. Our study will be about how caffeine can affect student athletes sleep which can relate to their academic success, as well as athletic performance. Athletes have a very busy schedule and they use caffeinated beverages to compensate for their lack of sleep. This study is necessary because large amounts of caffeine found in different caffeinated drinks has been said to have a short-lived high of ergogenic effects, which

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