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In case you didn’t already know, caffeine is the most used drug in the world.  Everyday the general populous consumes a caffeinated beverage to wake up, push through their day, and continue working on their projects. The largest amounts of caffeine are in coffee, pre-workouts, energy drinks, tea, and sodas. If you’re drinking some or one of these daily, read on.

Caffeine changes the way your brain and body function. Put simply, caffeine blocks certain blood vessels in your brain which then increases the amount of transmitters in the brain. The negatives of this can be linked to most of the issues found on the homepage but more importantly is the addictive nature of caffeine. Like any other drug, the more reliant you become the more you want. This is made worse for people who have addictive personalities.

To top that off, caffeinated beverages can be bought at almost anytime and at any age. Though some areas of the world are restricting the age of buyers, it’s very much the exception and more young kids are consuming massive amounts of caffeine to their tolerance/weight levels. You can read into the deaths related to caffeine here.

If you’re looking into breaking the addiction you can download some ebooks from Amazon. I recommend one of these two:

Caffeine Blues: Wake Up to the Hidden Dangers of America’s #1 Drug

The Ultimate Guide To Overcome Caffeine Addiction: The Most Effective, Permanent Solution To Finally Cure Tea And Coffee Addiction For Life (Caffeine, … Coffee Addiction, Caffeine Addiction Cure)

You can get energy naturally by following some of these steps:

  • Sleep more
  • Stretch
  • Get vitamins from the sun
  • Drink water
  • Exercise
  • Take a 15 minute nap
  • Eat whole grains and protein
  • Eat less amounts more often
  • Take a power nap
  • Take a cold shower

For more articles you can read the following:

Caffeine: How does it affect our health? 

Your Body on Caffeine: When Enough Is Enough

The Effects of Caffeine On The Body

The Negative Health Effects of Drinking Coffee

WebMD Caffeine

The hidden dangers of caffeine: How coffee causes exhaustion, fatigue and addiction