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Caffeine

I love the taste of coffee, and I'm a caffeine-maker who practically can not get out of coffee. But that would not be a problem if caffeine was beneficial or neutral. In this forthcoming article, I would like to analyze the extent to which and, if so, the reasons why it would be necessary to limit my personal caffeine intake.

Under old good totalitarian times in the Czechoslovakia, caffeine and camphorizing for unhealthy luxury like smoking did. Caffeine was thought to be stress and blood pressure-enhancing stimulant that was not indicated without serious reasons and which doctors like to ban older people.

Today, the situation has turned and the negative caffeine properties have disappeared from the radar. Parallel with this, cofferic bombs were in the form of energy drinks. Together with my caffeineism, this leads me to the question if I am not witnessing a business-evolutionary phenomenon, whose overall impact on society and also my personal health is negative. However, this is not a foregone conclusion. There are many small phytochemicals that are clearly beneficial - for example antioxidant coffee. Caffeine is suspected, however, that it is very similar to the nucleotide base of adenine, which is ubiquitous in biochemistry, and is involved in DNA.

Caffeine demonstrably increases mental alertness and alertness, but makes it an allosteric effect on adenosine receptors that over time desensitize, require higher doses, and cause the opposite effect - abnormal drowsiness and other symptoms after discontinuation of caffeine.

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