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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

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  • 07:26 In a bid to stop my caffeine addiction, I now use half regular and half decaf. But now I'm groggy. #
  • 20:03 Lunar eclipse from 2030 to 2400. #

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Tammy said...

hahaha kakainis nung ni plurk mo yan akala ko year 2030 to 2400 hay sabog tlga ako. kaboom!

Paul C. said...

Caffeine Addiction - Caffeine Effects and Withdrawal part II

Caffeine addiction shows up when a person cannot stop consuming caffeine in high amounts, causing his/her body to demand the substance and react negatively if that no caffeine is intake. Caffeine may not be addictive in the traditional sense, but the body builds up a tolerance over time; some people find it very hard to function well without at least one cup of strong coffee or tea in the morning. The stimulating effects of caffeine are caused by a central nervous reaction, the heart rate increases, blood vessels expand and the brain receives more oxygen. These caffeine effects can last for up to 8 hours, and once they go off then the body feels extremely lazy and slow as a side effect.

Caffeine addiction can even cause death, mainly because the abuse of any stimulant can cause high blood pressure or and heart problems, so if you abuse of it chances are you put yourself at the highest risk of a heart attack.

You need to be careful with caffeine withdrawal because it affects your overall health and therefore, you need to control your consumption of caffeinated products to prevent your body reactions to caffeine withdrawals. If you need more information about caffeine effects and caffeine addiction symptoms or prevention, please investigate a little further on this topics.

You can find more info at: http://yourcaffeineaddiction.com/

topdog said...

haha tammy!