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Is caffeine dangerous?

Is caffeine dangerous?

Can be: Symptoms of caffeine overdose may include:
Restlessness, ^ heart rate, palpitations, nausea, vomiting, anxiety, insomnia, ^ sweating, dizziness & cardiac arrest. Possible side effects of caffeine: nervousness, insomnia, restlessness, irritability feeling hyper, ringing in ears, rapid or irregular heart rate, nausea, vomiting, GI upset, shakiness, dizziness or allergic reaction. ...Read more

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Lockjaw (Definition)

Https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Lockjaw Variety of causes, all serious. See a TMJ expert for guidance. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. Ask your MD, your dentist and your ...Read more


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Is caffeine bad for me?

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Is caffeine bad for me?

Caffeine: If over three cups a day or late at night or if you have anxiety or insomnia. ...Read more

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Is caffeine okay for kids?

Is caffeine okay for kids?

No: A little bit of caffeine consumed by an older child is probably harmless, but i'd suggest discouraging this habit. Kids who are tired need sleep, not stimulants. For more info: http://www. Webmd. Com/parenting/fun-and-fit-family-11/caffeine-and-kids. ...Read more

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How can you die from lockjaw?

How can you die from lockjaw?

Tetanus: In the past, the painful hypercontraction of all muscles made breathing impossible. The tetanus bacillus, unlike most bacteria, grows best in dead tissue and used its toxin to kill its victims. Today, it is easy enough to paralyze the sufferer and put them on a ventilator until the disease passes. You still do not want to get tetanus. ...Read more

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What are the tests for lockjaw?

Tetanus or TMJ?: The diagnosis is made by history and physical examination. No specific lab test is available to diagnose tetanus. For TMJ lockjaw history past and present, physical examination, review of systems, neurologic exam, musculoskeletal exam and imaging. ...Read more

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Is caffeine useful for runners?

Is caffeine useful for runners?

Maybe: Some of the effects of caffeine are to help you concentrate, breathe better and speed up your heart rate
these may help you with sports and activities
but it can also be a diuretic - you may have to
urinate shortly after drinking it so keep that in
mind if you go for any hour run. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of lockjaw?

What are the symptoms of lockjaw?

Not opening.: You may experience different symptoms, however, usually lockjaw leads to feeling a lot of discomfort and pain in either one or both joints as well as not being able to open / close. This is usually a chronic condition related to your joint anatomy. ...Read more

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What are common causes of lockjaw?

What are common causes of lockjaw?

TMJ disk abnormal: Anterior disk displacement without reduction possibly. Need to see oral maxillofacial surgeon or subspecialists in tmd / facial pain. ...Read more

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How to I kick the caffeine drinks?

How to I kick the caffeine drinks?

TAPER OFF: Depends on the amount of caffeine. Brewed coffee has the highest caffeine content. So the best is to decrease by 1/2 a cup a week if you drink several cups a day. This method. Applies to any caffeinated beverage. The withdrawal can be headache, feeling achy and irritability and tired. Then begin a good sleep wake regimen and exercise for the energy replacement. And yes too much caffeine is bad! ...Read more

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What quantity of is too much caffeine?

What quantity of is too much caffeine?

Caffeine: Any quantity is too much that makes you jittery and anxious rather than pleasantly awake. You can also get into a troublesome cycle with caffeine to wake up by, and sleeping pills to rest by. Much better to have your body exercise its own sleep-wake cycle, without drugs. Occasional coffee is okay -- but even 2 cups/day will habituate you such that stopping will cause withdrawal symptoms. ...Read more

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How to tell if I am developing lockjaw?

"Stuck" or "Lock": The major sign is jaw that is locked in position or difficult to open. TMJ dysfunction is a group of conditions that can cause joint lock and visit to your dentist is warranted. ...Read more

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Need help. Is 200mg of caffeine too much?

Need help. Is 200mg of caffeine too much?

Caffeine: To compare, a regular 8 ounce cup of drip-brewed coffee generally has 65-120mg of caffeine in it. Otc no-doz contains 200mg caffeine. Caffeine may increase blood pressure and heart rate, cause heart arrhythmias, & raise cholesterol. It can also cause nervousness, irritability, sleep disturbances, and gastrointestinal disturbances. If sensitive to it, you could experience all these effects. ...Read more

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What are thé symptoms of to much Caffeine?

What are thé symptoms of to much Caffeine?

Jittery?: Caffeine is first of all a CNS (central nervous system) stimulant and its effect can vary from simply keeping you awake to palpitations, anxiety. jittery feelings......
Second of all its a Diuretic (make you urinate)

Hope this helps!
Proves MODERATION is BEST in ALL THINGS

Dr Z ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of to much caffeine?

Caffeine: Possible side effects: nervousness, insomnia, restlessness, irritability feeling hyper, ringing in ears, rapid or irregular heart rate, nausea, vomiting, GI upset, shakiness, dizziness or allergic reaction. ...Read more

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Which are the symptoms of too much caffeine?

Which are the symptoms of too much caffeine?

Too much coffee: Symptoms like palpitation, feeling anxious and agitated, can happen if you drink too much coffee. ...Read more

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How to know if I have lockjaw or whatever it is?

How to know if I have lockjaw or whatever it is?

TMD\TMJ?: It sounds like it might be a tmjoint problem. Have your general dentist refer you (or research it on your own) to a dentist in your area with extensive training and experience treating patients with temporomandibular joint dysfunction for an evaluation. ...Read more

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Could you tell me a healthier substitutes to caffeine?

Could you tell me a healthier substitutes to caffeine?

Good sleep: Caffeine is ingested as a stimulant and a counter to a need for sleep. These seems to be common problems as caffeine containing drinks and foods are widely used and adored. You will need less caffeine if you sleep well, get a good diet and exercise and of course substitute drinks and foods with no caffeine. The health risks of caffeine are probably rather small however. ...Read more

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How to treat lockjaw?

See OFP specialist: Orofacial Pain provides diagnosis and management of pain in the face, TMJ disorders, locking jaw as well as, associated headaches and neck pain. They are the experts in this field. Good luck. ...Read more

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Is caffeine addictive?

Is caffeine addictive?

Caffeine: Yes in the sense that people do suffer mild withdrawal when they discontinue, particularly headaches. Best. ...Read more

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Is caffeine fattening?

No: But the cream and sugar you may put in it both are. ...Read more

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Is lockjaw always fatal?

Is lockjaw always fatal?

NO: Most patients with lockjaw die from complications not directly from the infection. ...Read more

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Stress can cause lockjaw?

Stress can cause lockjaw?

Yes: Stress can cause you to overuse your jaw muscles which can then cramp and cause a tightness or stiffness of your jaw. ...Read more

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Is caffeine ok for headakes?

Is caffeine ok for headakes?

Sometimes: Caffeine sometimes helps headaches and there is caffeine in many headache pills. However too much caffeine can worsen headaches, and if it interferes with sleep that can also worsen headaches. ...Read more

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Does decaf have zero caffeine?

Does decaf have zero caffeine?

Probably not: DeCaf is processed with organic chemicals that remove the caffeine. It is highly effective but not perfect and there will probably be an insignificant amount of residual caffeine left. The effect of that on you should be undetectable. ...Read more

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Is caffeine bad for headaches?

Is caffeine bad for headaches?

Caffeine: Is the main ingredient in many headache remedies. That is because it works for migraine in particular. The problem arises when one becomes dependant on caffeine (and experiences caffeine withdrawal headaches). Another consideration is that caffeine is a fairly powerful antidepressant. (so people can get hooked by two different mechanisms) ...Read more

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How does one treat TMJ lockjaw?

How does one treat TMJ lockjaw?

Depends: Treatment would depend on whether or not your jaw is locked open or closed. Also, treatment would depend on whether or not the locking is due to muscular issues or problems inside the joint itself. ...Read more

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Does decaf also have caffeine?

Yes, just less.: Decaf has less caffeine than regular coffee. There are other sources of caffeine you might be aware of, like Mountain Dew, colas, and black tea. ...Read more