What Happens When You Quit Coffee for a Month
Billions of people around the world drink
coffee or some type of caffeine every day.
Although caffeine is generally accepted as
safe for consumption in moderation, there
are some solid benefits to break the habit
and stop drinking coffee, energy drinks, tea,
These can vary from mild to severe, although
not everyone will experience a severe headache.
Generally, you will only experience a headache
from lack of caffeine if you have been drinking
500 mg of caffeine per day.
That’s about five cups of coffee. Many of
the people’s standards.
But even if you get caffeine from sources
other than coffee (such as tea or soft drinks)
everyone will count for that 500 mg intake.
You could sleep better
Even if you feel tired because your body adapts
to the lack of stimulants that you are used
to, in the long run, you could sleep better
once you start living a caffeine-free lifestyle,
especially if you were used to drinking. coffee
in the afternoon or evening.
A study published in the Journal of Clinical
Sleep Medicine found that taking caffeine
even six hours before going to bed can interrupt
a person’s sleep cycle that night. Try these
ways of waking up in the morning without coffee.
Low blood pressure
Caffeine can raise your blood pressure a few
points and even more in some people.
Stopping coffee or caffeine can lower your
blood pressure and keep your heart from working
You may feel sick (but not for long)
Headaches are not the only painful symptom
of abstinence from caffeine. Those who stop
using coffee have reported the side effects
of depression, anxiety, dizziness, flu-like
symptoms, insomnia, irritability, mood swings
Here is the good news: you will not feel like
this forever. Experts say that most of the
physical symptoms of caffeine withdrawal will
pass after the first two days, while the rest
of the side effects will not last more than
a week or two.
Caffeine tends to stimulate intestinal activity,
so when you give up, you may feel a little
(or a lot) recoil.
If this happens, you can make things move
again by eating lots of fiber in the form
of whole grains, vegetables, and beans, drinking
lots of water and exercising regularly.
You can feel calmer
If too much caffeine has left you writhing
in your chair or shaking your leg, it’s time
to say goodbye to your double doses of espresso.
Since caffeine is a stimulant,
Naturally, it increases the levels of adrenaline
and the stress hormones in your body. The
abandonment of caffeine will make you feel
less stressed and anxious.
You’ll have pearly white teeth again
Because coffee is acidic, it can wear out
tooth enamel over time. In the long term,
it means that your teeth will not look as
good and may even begin to break down.
And the tannins in the coffee accumulate in
the enamel, giving it a less than charming
According to a study that compared teeth stained
with tobacco and coffee, those who stained
with coffee were more resistant to tooth brushing
and are more likely to return to discolor
after a bleach treatment.