When you’re awake for long periods of time (think 30 hours or more!), coffee just isn’t cut out for keeping your brain alert. And the caffeine jitters that come from drinking other energy drinks don’t help keep you on your A game, either. But don’t fall asleep yet: researchers are working on a new way… Continue reading Could Electric Shocks to the Brain Replace Caffeine?
How many cups of coffee do you need in the morning to wake up? The caffeine loop can become a vicious cycle if you don’t follow the best practices for when to drink coffee. This is usually in the morning and afternoons based on the natural circadian clock within your body. So if you find… Continue reading The Coffee Life Cycle
Did you know that coffee isn’t your only source of caffeine? In fact, even your average blend of decaf actually has a little bit of caffeine in it. Also, chocolate is made from cocoa beans which contain plenty of caffeine, and the darker the chocolate, the higher concentration of caffeine content. Also things like diet… Continue reading 7 Things You Never Knew Were Caffeinated