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Caffeine and Your Body

Caffeine and Your Body

August 08, 2017

Caffeine is a naturally occurring substance that is derived from the leaves, fruits and seeds of over sixty plant varieties in the world. It is usually found in coffee beans, tea leaves and cocoa. It is so potent that it acts as a natural pesticide for the plants by killing off invasive bugs. When caffeine is ingested, it acts as a stimulant for the central nervous system. When you drink a caffeinated beverage, your body quickly absorbs this drug in the lining of the stomach. Within a few moments, you will begin to feel the effects of the stimulant, becoming more alert and awake.

 Caffeine is so popular amongst today’s society that coffee houses are popping up in shopping centers, strip malls and on city corners all over the world. Faithful patrons flock to order their favorite brewed cup of magical awareness, willing the sensation of energy and alertness their coffee or tea will provide. The effects of the miraculous upper have almost become a necessity to allow individuals to function in such a fast-pasted, demanding society. Between sleepless nights and harrowing deadlines, caffeine has become the “wonder drug,” of sorts.

But their seems to be a connections between this ‘wonder drug’ and your minds ability to process. Consuming caffeinated coffee may help the brain process positive connotation and actions faster and more accurately. The results are from some recent research conducted in Germany and written in the journal “Newsmaxhealth.”

The study led by, Lars Kuchinke, investigates the relationship between caffeine and the emotional level. The results showed that caffeine in about two to three cups of coffee a day and preferably 15-30 minutes before doing any tasks can improve the brain’s ability to recognize and perform faster, and to recognize positive words on a better level. The researchers also added that caffeine can help improve ones language skills.



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