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Cuppa Joe: Do you need a refill?

Caffeine is a very popular method to keep energy levels up during a very demanding day. But as you may or may not know, there are costs to drinking too much. The best solution for those that wish to have their coffee is to know how to maximize its effect. Each person requires a different dose at different times and at different intervals. This collection should help you learn the ins and outs of caffeine, how it works, and the health benefits and costs it creates.
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Cuppa Joe: Do you need a refill?
  • Mark Weimer says:
    If you are going to drink coffee and seek its desired effects, keeping your tolerance down is the best way to go. If you are drinking a lot of coffee and feeling reduced effects, it may be time to reset yourself and detox. This article provides tips on how to maximize caffeine's effectiveness and how to preform a caffeine detox.
  • dailymail.co.uk
    dailymail.co.uk

    What your daily coffee is really doing to your body

    15 minute read
    Mark Weimer says:
    If you want to see the pros and cons of drinking coffee, look no further than this article and accompanying video. Caffeine has its benefits, but at a cost and surely it is your best interests to keep your tolerance as low as possible.
  • medicaldaily.com
    medicaldaily.com

    Benefits Of Caffeine: Brain On Caffeine Has Its Positives And Negatives

    5 minute read
    Mark Weimer says:
    "In moderation" seems to be the justification for everything good and bad. Caffeine consumption is no exception but let's be honest, everybody knows who is always emptying the coffee machine in the teachers' lounge. Are they killing themselves by drinking so much? This article discusses the health benefits and detractors of caffeine consumption.
  • Mark Weimer says:
    Ever wondered why coffee almost naturally seems to become habitual like other products with caffeine? Well... it's a drug and its addictive and it gives you more energy. Wait... what? It doesn't give you energy, it just makes you think you have energy? That is correct, and this video shows how caffeine works.
  • Mark Weimer says:
    This is as serious as the title suggests. It is not for the coffee lover, but more directed towards the "I don't care about my health" energy stalker that needs to know the science. And yet... it can be helpful for those wondering why caffeine doesn't seem to do it for them anymore.
  • alifeofproductivity.com
    alifeofproductivity.com

    How to get as much energy out of caffeine as possible

    10 minute read
    Mark Weimer says:
    So... ever had a cup of coffee and wondered when the boost was going to hit? Caffeine can be as anti-productive as it can be productive if you are not taking the proper amounts in the proper doses... and even with the proper food. You need to find the right balance your yourself. This blog gives you the information and tips on how you might go about altering your routine to get the most out of each cup.
  • Mark Weimer says:
    Coffee is great and can give teachers the energy to battle even the most undisciplined adolescents! Well, no, but caffeine can give a boost. However, there is a good chance you are drinking it worng. Look no further than science. If you drink coffee at the wrong times, your body will build a tolerance to caffeine. Not only will the effects diminish, but the increased volume required for alertness packs enough punch to prevent sound sleepage. Coffee at the wrong time is a lose-lose.