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Coca Cola Addiction Symptoms
Substitution: Coca Cola addiction is a combination of a sugar addiction and caffeine addiction. The person feels the need for instantaneous gratification and quick energy buzzes. Endorphins released and produced by physical activity may provide an adequate substitute. Recognizing the addiction to begin with is an excellent start and learning how to accept delayed gratification would be helpful. ...Read more
Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory, and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviors. A person affected by addiction will be unable to consistently Abstain from use, will have Impaired Behavioral control, will have Craving or increased "hunger" for drugs or rewarding experiences, will have a Dysfunctional Emotional response, and will show diminished recognition of significant problems with their own ...Read more
Taper off caffeine: And sugar. You can either taper caffeinated beverages themselves or switch to a caffeine pill and do it that way. If you want to taper the beverage, switch to a sugar-free variety to start, and cut back by one drink every 2-3 days. For most people, this is a 2 week process. If you are going too fast, you may get headaches. Pills have 25-50 mg, and 1-2=one drink. End up drinking just water, not soda. ...Read more
I drink a lot of soda durin the day like pepsi or coca cola it so addictive nd can't stop, there one thing I want to is drinkin a lot of soda harmful?
Yes, very: The high sugar in sodas risks weight gain, Insulin resistance, and ultimately type 2 diabetes. So-called "diet" drinks aren't safe either -- there are associations between drinking them and risk of strokes. Having been through this myself, I can tell you it's very do-able to shift from colas to plain water, teas, and sparkling waters free of chemical poisons. It's hard at first, yet worth it! ...Read more
I drank 4L Coca-Cola for malaise and Celiac symptoms yesterday. I worked long. Suddenly, my other eye vision went blurred. Recovered after sleep. Why?
Too much caffeine: You may have experienced the results of too much caffeine, brought about by 4 liters of cola. This amount of caffeine can cause a number of neurologic symptoms and may explain the visual problems. If the blurriness recurs, see an ophthalmologist. Refrain from caffeine overdosing in the future as this is a poor choice for malaise and celiac symptoms. ...Read more
Yes.: What your husband is experiencing could be caffeine withdrawal. It's very common. Treatment is to drink something with caffeine. After a week or so without having caffeine, the headaches improve. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Half of a 16.9 oz coke has 5 1/2 tsp of sugar in the especially unhealthy form of high fructose corn syrup. Sugar is very addicting & nearly 2 tbsp. Is quite a bit. It also has caffeine, which is addicting. See http://www. Huffingtonpost. Com/news/sugar-addiction for good articles on sugar addiction & http://texasfarmersmarket. Org/the-hazards-of-drinking-soda/
aspartame is also addicting & unhealthy! ...Read more
I drink 2 litres of coca cola over a span of two, almost every two days for the past year, Can this cause diabetes or other health problems? Thanks
YESSSSS!: Sugar sweetened beverages like Coke are the least healthy food you can eat or drink and MANY studies show that they increase your risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, and fatty liver. So before you develop major health problems, get off the soda and quench your thirst with water. Low fat milk is also healthy but juice should be limited. ...Read more
Yes: Regular coca cola has sugar and caffeine - two ingredients that cause different effects on the body. Sugar causes an Insulin surge and over time (if you drink daily in large quantities), leads to the development of Insulin resistance and diabetes. Caffeine is a stimulant which can raise the heart rate, blood pressure, and cause problems sleeping. ...Read more
When you consider all of facts and risks associated with Coca-Cola, it is easy to understand why many doctors warn against people drinking Coca-Cola or virtually any other soft drink even in moderation. Water is the best.
Is drinking 0.5l Coca-cola ZERO per day unhealthy / dangerous in long term (lifetime) perspective?
In my opinion Coke Zero is poison and very unhealthy. I strongly advise NEVER drinking it if you want to have good health. It has both aspartame and acesulfame potassium, both of which are hazardous.
Diet soda consumption appears to cause obesity and significant increased risk of diabetes, heart attack and stroke. See
http://tinyurl. Com/ztzfn2a ...Read more
Hello...M addicted to coca cola.....In a day I drink 2 bottles means 600ml. What are tha side effects of this?
Coca cola: Approximately 6% of adolescent and young adult males in U.S. Civilian and military populations consume energy drinks daily most contain caffeine. Excess consumption also can increase sleep problems and daytime sleepiness, which can impair performance. A study in 2010 called (j-mhat 7) on military personal showed service members drinking three or more energy drinks a day had severe insomnia. ...Read more
Why is it bad to mix, alcohol with soda (coca cola, sprite, etc.) coca cola with vodka? Or coca cola with rum?
Hello. My stepfather drinks a lot of Coca Cola. He regularly drinks up to maybe two big bottles a day... on weekends maybe four. He has started to co?
Well: I can't see the rest of your message but certainly way to much Coca Cola. He really is not on a healthy path. Needs to change this lifestyle ...Read more
I'm drinking coca cola and go through 2 liter's in a day, if I was to switch to diet coke would this be better for me losing weight?
Yes-- but....: This is a ton of soda to be drinking each day -not healthy. Regading changing to diet soda it would be marked difference in calories but is still likely to impact your Insulin response. In a study which was supported by the national heart, lung & blood institute, it was noted that use of diet sodas is related to ^’ed fasting blood glucose levels & that the risk for type 2 diabetes mellitus is >. ...Read more
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