Sep 16, 2010 Health
Coffee; maybe the word is already very familiar to most of us, maybe even many of us who drank 3 to 5 cups of coffee a day and can not work without a preceded by drinking coffee. When you drink a cup of coffee, you feel powerful and able to think and explore creative ideas.
it is true that coffee contains a substance that increases the activity of nerve cells called caffeine. Caffeine causes increased brain activity, and the domino effect is the release of the hormone epinephrine which increases heart beat, blood pressure, affects in blood supply to the muscles, reduces blood supply to the skin and internal organs, and release of glucose from the liver. Furthermore, caffeine also increases the surface of the neurotransmitter dopamine in the brain. Well, maybe that’s what causes you to feel fresh and energetic after drinking coffee.
But wait, coffee can also causes the symptoms of caffeine poisoning include restlessness, worry, insomnia, euphoria, flushing, frequent urination (diuretic), and the gastrointestinal problem. These symptoms can occur even though only 250 mg of caffeine taken. If more than 1g of caffeine consumed in one day, symptoms like muscle spasms (muscle twitching), tangling thoughts and words, cardio arrhythmia (disturbances in heart beat) and psycho-motor disorder may occur. Caffeine intoxication can lead to panic and anxiety disease.
So, coffee can be friend or foe depending on how much you drink it.
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