Coffee. How does caffeine?

Coffee. First of all, caffeine through the brain affects the central nervous system. It depends on the dose, which increases the contraction of the heart muscle, acceleration of respiration and metabolism in general. Kidney stimulation occurs. Increased urine output.

Caffeine also contributes to the expansion of blood vessels. Improves blood flow to all organs. But the brain vessels, on the contrary, are narrowed. So there is an increase in blood pressure. However, it is harmless to healthy people. For those who suffer from hypotension, even desirable.

About the benefits of the drink they write, probably, as often as its dangers. And large-scale medical research confirmed the hypothesis. That coffee reduces the risk of cancer and diabetes. Also alleviates the suffering of Parkinson’s disease. Yes, and sports scores on coffee is much higher than that of tea lovers.

And new data. It seems that drinking two or more cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of depression by 20%. And the number of suicide attempts — almost doubled! Is it a lot of noise out of nothing or a sensation?

The drink of longevity.

Recent large-scale studies have shown that people who start the day with a cup of coffee are less likely to commit suicide.

2-3 cups of coffee per day reduces the risk of suicide by 45%.
Four or more cups — 53%, compared with fans of other drinks.

It turns out that the whole thing is in neurotransmitters, chemical compounds. They improve mood and prevent the development of depression. And it increases the production of caffeine in humans.

Did you know that coffee increases the life expectancy?

In May last year, the results of another study were announced.

Observing 400 thousand participants, scientists proved.
Men who drank 6 cups of coffee a day are 10% less likely to die than those who do not approve of this drink. In women, everyone has less than 15%.

However, you do not need to drink so much coffee. Even one cup per day increases your vital energy by at least 5%. And this is all due to the antioxidants that make up coffee. They prevent the development of pathological processes in the body. Thereby prolonging our life.

Coffee, as a drug. So how coffee affects different diseases?

• Parkinson’s Disease contained in one cup of 100 mg of caffeine significantly reduce tremors and muscle stiffness characteristic of Parkinson’s.

• Liver cancer: Japanese scientists have shown that daily 1-4 cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of developing liver cancer.

• Breast Cancer: Canadian university employees have set: 4-5 cups of coffee a day reduces the likelihood of cancer by 25%, and 6 cups — already at 69%.
The protective effect we must phytoestrogens — plant compounds contained in coffee, acting on the body similar to female sex hormones.

• Diabetes: Harvard University (USA) published the results of a study that convincingly proven that by eating more than 6 cups of coffee, men reduce the risk of developing diabetes by 50%, and women — 30%.

• Gallstones: American «Gastroenterology» magazine recently reported that drinking 4 or more cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of gallstones by 25%.

• Blood pressure: the last major foreign studies found no link between coffee consumption and an increased risk of heart attack or stroke.

Be careful!

For some caffeine lovers, caffeine and other substances in its composition can cause separate reactions. There may be heartburn, abdominal pain, diarrhea or biliary colic.

Hard drinkers should know. That coffee does not weaken the effect of alcohol. On the contrary, increases digestibility.

In addition, coffee enhances morning hangover. Because it increases the dehydrating effect of alcohol.
And further. People with a weak nervous system, especially in stressful situations. Also, by physical or mental exhaustion, coffee can have the opposite effect.
Distraction, thoughts of escape, inner restlessness, palpitations. Even insomnia can be the result of drinking coffee.





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