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Why Does Coffee Make Me Feel Weird
Strange: Coffee is great. Check with your doctor. ...Read more
How can drinking decaf coffee make me feel ill? Just an overall ill feeling. I quit regular coffee 7 months ago.
Ill from decaf: Perhaps it is a coincidence. Make sure you are not ill from something else first. How many cups/day. A few individuals are intolerant of the processing technique but that is rare. ...Read more
Was just put on tramadol- makes me very sleepy. Will a cup of coffee make me feel more alert or is it bad to mix with tramadol?
Not fan of tramadol:
I'm not a fan at all of tramadol precisely for its side effect profile. I would ask the doctor to discuss alternative pain medications with you that can treat your discomfort but keep you more functional.
BTW, we were just out at the Italian-American Club for the Wrestling Team Bocce tournament for JCU last weekend....great fun--- ...Read more
Why does drinking coffee make me feel weak? I feel fatigue, and on the verge of collapsing. I'm 18 and a female, and on Depo-Provera provera (medroxyprogesterone). Help?
Caffeine is a stimulant to the central nervous system.
It is most commonly used to improve mental alertness.
People who are more sensitive may have nervousness gastrointestinal upset, insomnia and temporary rise in heart rate and blood pressure.
Some research stated-
Caffeine may harm voice quality
Women consuming higher amounts of caffeine had an increased risk for miscarriage. ...Read more
Short-tempered: Presumably you're still growing, in height. Consumption among teens has been increasing for yrs. No, it will not stunt your growth. Caffeine, chemical quickly crosses the blood brain barrier, stimulates nerves, increase pulse, bp, stimulate mind activity, maintain awakeness (and cause sleep probs), and if drink too much, will cause withdrawal sx when stopped. I love joe 2 & 2 cups/day. Moderation. ...Read more
No, except....: No, not usually unless you have a medical reason to not intake caffeine or acidic liquids. Ulcers, gerd, poorly controlled htn, sympomatic fibrocystic breasts are among some of those conditions. As long as your "cup" of coffee is not a 64oz mug and you have no medical issues it should be fine. As with everything moderation is key. ...Read more
Controversial: Opinions & research on coffee seem to change often: one week it's bad for you; then some benefit from it is found. Caffeine is a stimulant; so can interrupt sleep patterns; also acts like diuretic; too much can overstimulate the heart & nervous system; can exacerbate reflux as can acids in coffee. General recommendation is no more than 2 cups a day, preferably in the morning. But that may change…. ...Read more
The fancy ones do.: A regular cup of black coffee only has about ten calories. But you can accumulate several hundred calories in a latte or other fancy coffee drink, with all the heavy cream and whole milk and flavoring syrups. Stick to plain coffee with perhaps 2% milk or some flavored creamer - not a lot, just to taste. ...Read more
I think so: I start every day with a cup of coffee. I think the medical community is still looking into this one. The opinion has fluctuated over time, but more recently, reports have shown no longterm harm from drinking coffee regularly. Certainly, some specific medical problems are worsened by it (anxiety, hyperthyroidism, tachycardia and others). But if you are healthy, you can enjoy a cup each morning. ...Read more
For what?: Not sure what you are asking. What is it you don't like about coffee and what effects of coffee do you wish to achieve? Coffee has caffeine and many people use it to increase alertness and some people just like the taste and for others it is simply a habit. There is some suggesstive evidence of positive effects, but there are also some negative consequences such as withdrawal headaches. ...Read more
It's fine: (provided u share with me).A light drink with some caloric content should replenish ur body's needs during work out as well as improve ur endurance and blood circulation.Have fun! Http://www. Fitday. Com/fitness-articles/fitness/weight-loss/consuming-caffeine-before-working-out. Html. ...Read more
Likely several hours: An average cup of coffee would probably keep you going for a few hours. If you drink more coffee all at once, it wouldn't keep you awake longer but would rather stimulate you more, perhaps uncomfortably so, for the same duration. ...Read more
It's not the coffee: ...it's what you put into the coffee. Whole milk. Half and half. Sugars. Creamers. A cup of black coffee could have only 10 calories, but a fancy store bought coffee could have hundreds of calories with all the add-ins. ...Read more
Not at all!: Coffee is the most consumed pharmacologically active beverage. Previously considered "unhealthy, " it now has been shown to have many significant health benefits. It decreases risk for stroke, heart attack, diabetes 2, cancer, alzheimer's, and parkinson's disease. Some people will experience jitters and sleeplessness. They should drink less. But up to 5 cups per day-health benefits accummulate! ...Read more
Too many variables: Too many variables are involved, such as how many cups of coffee, how much caffeine is in each cup, how much time is one talking about, is one new to coffee or a daily drinker, does one have problems handling caffeine, how much cream is in the coffee, how much sugar is there, etc... Caffeine will temporarily make one more awake, but he'll not sleep well, so it can cause both better or worse mood. ...Read more
Listen to your body:
Caffine in coffee is a stimulant. It is best taken in small
amounts. 1 cup a day is what I recommend. Lukewarm liquids
are best in general. If you can tolerate it then if you want to ice it pay attention and see how your body respond.
Caffine is helpful for migraine headaches when needed. ...Read more
Blood vs. Not: A classic description of coffee ground vomiting in medicine is suggestive of bleeding in the upper GI tract, more frequently from an active stomach or duodenal ulcer, however, I do see a lot of people who claim to have had this time of vomiting when in reality no ulcer is found. Some foods may like jam may mislead one. I would still see a physician to rule out bleeding as it is of major concern. ...Read more
In moderation: Researchers have reached the conclusion that a few cups of coffee a day is harmless. Drinking 10 cups of coffee per day, however, is considered extreme and habit to be avoided. Symptoms of excessive coffee drinking are dehydration, nausea, rapid heartbeat, shaking and difficulty sleeping. Mild elevation cholesterol with excess. Recent reports protects from parkinson's disease, type2 diabetes, liver ca. ...Read more
Nope ;-): One of anything is not likely to be a problem, and a cup of coffee is certainly on the "okay" list! ...Read more
Try: Try drinking tea instead. Or start exercising in the morning, such as going for a brisk walk or run. ...Read more
No: If shorter in stature, caffeine is not the likely cause. Please remember, however, that caffeine is a drug, whether we like to recognize it or not. It does not provide energy, it causes its consumption and is remarkably addictive because of the "kick" that it produces. It is one of the common drugs that afflict millions of people throughout theworld. ...Read more
No Specific age: Caffeine is the main stimulant in coffee & is found broadly in many products. From chocolate to tea & cola products to coffee it is in many things kids ingest every day. It is not a necessary nutrient in the diet of anyone at any age. In some cultures, a robust coffee is part of early childhood, some never tolerate it's use. I don't recommend it in kids, but I don't rale against it either. ...Read more
What does THAT mean?: Caffeine is a drug that stimulates brain cells to function, thus consuming cellular energy, energy that you can ill afford. I would guess that you would get withdrawal headaches if you stop using it. After you go througfh the drug withdrawal your health would improve. ...Read more
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