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  • Reaction Paper On Caffeine

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    Alexandra Pepper Chemistry 102-06 Fall 2017 Final Paper Caffeine Caffeine is the most consumed drug in the world and coffee is the second most traded commodity, next to oil. Origins of its use date back to the eleventh century. It is commonly known for being a stimulant: a substance that raises levels of physiological or nervous activity in the body. Caffeine is also a diuretic as it increases the activity of the cardiovascular system, which increases heart rate and blood pressure. Thus the renal

  • Persuasive Essay On Caffeine

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    Although, it really doesn’t matter what time it is of the day caffeine is going down our throats all around the clock. Researchers have been verified that more than 90 percent of American adult’s drinks caffeine every day. Most of us drink it because, we may need that extra boost, and some feel they need it cause their so addicted to it. According to The Food and Drug Administration, the average person will drink up to 200 milligrams daily, the equivalent to drinking 4 cans of soda. Everyone seems

  • Caffeine Of Coffee And Tea

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    Caffeine in Coffee and Tea Angela Xu November 1.2014 Caesar Munera Lab section 5 10:30am-1:30pm No matter where we go, there seems to be a coffee shop around the corner or a shop/diner that provides the option of coffee or tea to their customers. Lets take starbucks as an example, they have many options as from tea to warm coffee drinks or even a nice cold coffee frappuccino. Coffee and tea is a demanded product in the market industry. From coffee or tea product in the market store or businesses

  • Caffeine Addiction Essay

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    It is important to learn about caffeine addiction because people don’t know that they are addicted to it and that caffeine can damage the body and brain. There are a few positive and negative psychological effects of caffeine on the human body. Positive psychological effects are concentration, focus, attention, improves memory, in some studies, and alertness. Negative psychological effects are anxiety, depression, irritable, and addiction. Some physiological effects are nausea, headache, restless

  • The Negative Effects Of Caffeine

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    Most of us fail to realize that caffeine is present in almost every drink that we consume. Most people enjoy the positive effects that caffeine does to our bodies, but have you ever thought of the negative? Caffeine is a stimulant to the central nervous system and the regular use of it can cause a mild physical dependence. With a dependence being shown I strongly do believe that caffeine is just as addictive as any other drug. Over 90 percent of the United States consumes caffeinated beverages

  • The Effects of Caffeine on Daphnia

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    This experiment is to see The Affect of Caffeine on Daphnia. Daphnia is also known as a water flea. It is a distant relative of crabs and shrimps. (Marshall Cavendish, 2002) Daphnia have a hard external skeleton with jointed appendages and limbs. The head contains a large central eye which is made of two eyes joined together. Daphnia has two pairs of antennae which are used for swimming. Each daphnia has five pairs of limbs. These limbs lie in a certain space under the body bounded by the carapace

  • Causes And Effects Of Caffeine

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    Caffeine addiction has caused many people to gain more and more diseases throughout our nation. Caffeine, is a stimulant to the central nervous system, and regular use of caffeine does cause mild physical dependence. “The brain of people who consume caffeine can be addicted because it is used to operating in one set of conditions that depend on the ingestion of caffeine” (Stromberg). According to Stromberg, “Caffeine closely resembles a molecule that’s naturally present in our brain, called adenosine

  • Caffeine Citrate Research

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    believed that the drug must be stopped if the caffeine cause the heart rate to increase more than 200bpm. 4 respondents said necrotizing entercolitis (NEC) was the primary reason the drug should be stopped. Followed by two respondents that said both tachycardia >200bpm and NEC.

  • Caffeine Experiment Essay

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    Introduction: Caffeine is one of man’s most successful discoveries dating back to the 13th century. Although its origins are not completely clear, we see the impacts of its use down to the 21st century. From local cafes and restaurants to school and fast food chains, the evidence is relative that coffee is truly everywhere in our society. One of coffees many uses was that it had the ability to make its consumers feel more ready to start the day. However, does caffeine really affect our moods and

  • Speech on Caffeine Essay

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    Title: Caffeine Specific purpose: To inform my audience what exactly caffeine is, where it comes from, the benefits of caffeine and the negative effects of caffeine. Introduction A. Attention material: Do you ever feel like you will never make it through the day without caffeine? Is your first thought in the morning to get yourself a cup of coffee before you can even get your day started? B. Tie to the audience: I am sure that most of you do consume at least one form of