caffeine

The Latest Time You Can Drink Coffee Without It Affecting Sleep

As you sit with your first cup of coffee of the day, you may wonder how late in the day can you enjoy this deliciousness before it interferes with your sleep. Well the general rule of thumb from nutritionist is 6 to 8 hours before you go to bed. If you are caffeine-sensitive you should aim for 12...
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Need an energy boost?

A new study by the University of Georgia reveals that walking up stairs boosts one's energy level more than caffeine. Researchers had people drink coffee and soda while others walked up and down stairs for 10 minutes. The researchers found the walkers had more energy than the caffeine drinkers...
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King of Caffeine: Hot Or Cold Coffee

No doubt that an afternoon coffee can boost your brain's activity but with temperatures approaching 90 and the humidity just as high, many of us will opt for a cold coffee. But do cold coffees offer as much caffeine as its hot cousin? No is the answer. Although caffeine content can vary between...
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This Store's coffee Has the Most Caffeine

Coffee's caffeine content has been tested and if you're looking strictly for the bigger doses of caffeine, you may want to hit the convenience store instead of your barista. Testing firm, Labdoor, tested medium size coffee sizes from four national coffee chains: Starbucks, 7-Eleven, McDonald's and...
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World's Strongest Coffee Now Available in America

How strong do you like your coffee? Much like those who seek out the hottest peppers in the world, there are those who seek the strongest coffee known to humanity. For many throughout the world, the title of the strongest coffee in the world has been owned by South African blend called Black...
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Tips To Dry Up Excessive Sweating

Last week we looked into a study that found gender isn't a factor in the amount you sweat but rather it is your size . But beyond size there are some people who simply sweat more often and that can be embarrassing when making a presentation where sweat stains your clothing. Sweating is essential to...
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Nap Like A Pro

Monday was National Nap Day, just as we lose an hour of sleep with the time change. Perhaps you were able to celebrate with a nap. But why do you feel do groggy after a nap sometimes? In short, you nap was too long. Experts agree a 20 minute nap can boost alertness, concentration, attention and...
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Caffeine Showed To Slow The Signs Of Aging

Your morning coffee might not just wake you up, but also slow down aging, finds a new study. New data published in the journal Nature Medicine found that older people with low levels of inflammation had something in common: they were all caffeine drinkers. Study author David Furman adds, "The more...
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Can Coffee Make You Drunk?

The cup of coffee has a long history of waking us up in the morning and to sober you up after a few too many adult beverages but it's never really compared to alcohol in the same context of making you feel light-headed, talkative and acting silly. Now science says it is possible that drinking a...
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