Is coffee your fuel? ☕️ Read on👇
Is coffee good for you? Does it truly increase productivity? 🤔
Here are the issues to consider when you consider coffee:
✔️It improves mental performance and alertness.
Caffeine blocks receptors for adenosine, a compound in your brain that causes drowsiness. This explains why many of us feel less tired when we consume coffee. In low doses, caffeine also is said to improve mental performance and alertness.
Caffeine does not affect everyone the same way. (Your personal response to caffeine could be vastly different from that of someone you know.)
✔️ It can affect the quality of your sleep.
In smaller doses, caffeine should not affect your sleep schedule. But if you consume too much, you may find it harder to fall asleep at night. This can unfortunately create an unhealthy cycle of not sleeping enough, stressing out and performing poorly at work. A longer-range result may even be burnout or an anxiety attack.
✔️It can help you learn faster.
Many entrepreneurs are prolific consumers of content, whether it’s articles and blog posts, magazines, trade journals, books, podcasts or videos. This information helps them make decisions, innovate and implement new ideas in their business.
Ongoing study requires focus and attention, which, like willpower, can lessen throughout the day. It has been shown that 200 mg of caffeine can help you identify words and phrases faster than you could do without coffee. (Sorce? Google!)
It’s important to be aware of both the upsides and downsides of coffee. Moderate use, with accompanying attention to your sleeping habits and stress levels, can be beneficial. Meanwhile, be aware that overuse and misuse may agitate an existing health problem or develop a new one.
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