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I think that you should stop drinking caffeine because it stops you from growing. I don't want to stay the same height. But that's just my opinion. You should stop drinking caffeine because it reduces the risk of having heart disease and increases the cAMP in the heart cells. Also, it could reduce the risk of developing Parkinson's disease. According to the American Heart Association (Dated April 14, 2010) "Many studies have been done to see if there's a direct link between caffeine, coffee drinking and coronary heart disease. The results are conflicting." The study has been added to the related links section below.
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this can take up to about 6 to 7 weeks.
It is circulated and recycled and then reabsorbed in your bloodstream until your kidneys filter it out into your urine. So I'd say around 2-4 hours, depending on your heart rate.
When you take in caffeine, these receptors get blocked, your heart rate speeds up, and you get a jolt of heightened alertness - which might be what you want so you can keep going, but meanwhile your brain is looking to sleep, not caffeine, for restoration.
as long as it takes to recover from your mom
Well, to be specific, caffeine (like most psychoactive drugs) exerts its effect on us by altering the activity of some of our neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are the nervous system's way of conveying messages between neurons, and also to muscle tissue. Some neurotransmitters that caffeine is known to increase the activity of are norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin. The increase in norepinphrine is likely what causes the heart rate to increase, however each of these neurotransmitters has some stimulatory effects. Norepinephrine, however, is a powerfully stimulating neurotransmitter; it is associated with the 'fight or flight' response, which of course includes an increased heart rate. I believe it may effect epinephrine as well, which is similar to nor epinephrine except that it is also a hormone (and a neurotransmitter). This means it has both short and long lasting stimulatory action.
it will completely depend upon your health. how much can your body recover depends on it.
Between stopping drinking and leaving for work, you should allow at least eight (8) hours, like for sleep. This will give your body time to process the alcohol, eliminate it from your blood, and for your body to recover from the mild poisoning the alcohol causes.
"Why does soda make you dehydrated?" Short answer: It doesn't, Long answer: The idea that drinking to much soda causes dehydration comes from the fact that caffeine is a diuretic. (a diuretic inhibits your kidney's ability to absorb water). This has led to the belief that drinking to much soda will cause dehydration. When consuming, soda or any caffeinated beverage the body still retains some fluid. The effects of moderate caffeine consumption have only a mild diuresis effect, comparable to that of another popular beverage. Water. Regular consumption of caffeine leads to a higher tolerance