There is evidence that it can help decreasing the chance of having Parkinson’s disease (“Black tea: MedlinePlus Supplements”, 2012). Caffeine can lead to a negative health if we over-consume tea and coffee. All in all, coffee and tea have many great benefits but also health problems. The main key to enjoy drinking coffee and tea is by drinking it moderately. Caffeine is naturally in all coffee and tea.
Coffee Health Benefits or Risks: Cardiology and Anthropology Perspectives I. Introduction Many people consume coffee at any time of the day all around the world. They come in many different forms, that could either be a benefit or a risk to a person’s health. How is it that coffee could hinder how people live? “Effects of caffeine and coffee consumption on cardiovascular disease and risk factors” by Anna Victoria Mattioli, takes on a perspective of cardiology.
Another chemical reaction that occurs is caffeine add... ... middle of paper ... ...a sip.’ On the other hand, another disadvantage of caffeine is ‘Caffeine Addiction,’ it has been proven by researchers that like drugs many people will/have an addiction to caffeine. According to a published research, in the Journal of the American Medical Association, done in, research ‘determined that caffeine drinkers who had an average of 357 milligrams of caffeine per day showed classic drug dependence signs and symptoms such as a higher tolerance for caffeine with frequent use, a persistent desire or unsuccessful attempt at limiting their intake, withdrawal symptoms when they cut back on their intake and choosing to continue consuming caffeine in spite of the knowledge that caffeine might cause them psychological and physical problems.’ The usual effects of caffeine withdrawal are ‘headaches, exhaustion, being cranky, lack in concentration and even depression.
In that case, symptoms might last for one or two weeks. (GLOOM, 2014) Caffeine addiction just like any other addiction has risks and dangers that affects people negatively in many different ways and even through treatment, it would affect human behavior badly but luckily with time symptoms wear off leading people to a healthier lifestyle. Works Cited Dillan, Jim. (2014, May 4). 7 Negative Effects of Coffee.
More and more research is emerging to suggest that there may be several health benefits associated with drinking this dark black beverage, from helping prevent HYPERLINK "http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/info/diabetes/" diabetes to lowering the risk of liver disease. Coffee may be protective against type 2 diabetes. Researchers at UCLA identified that drinking coffee increases plasma levels of the protein sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG). SHBG controls the biological activity of the body 's sex hormones, which play a role in the development of type 2 diabetes. Dr. Simin Liu, one of the authors of the study, said that an "inverse association exists between coffee consumption and risk for type 2 diabetes” (Nordqvist, 2016).
The purpose of this investigation is to conclude whether the regular consumption of caffeine is beneficial to human health. Caffeine is an alkaloid which is a pharmacologically active substance consumed by many worldwide . This chemical acts as a Central Nervous System (CNS) stimulant which suppresses drowsiness and promotes alertness. It is a naturally occurring substance commonly found in tea leaves, coffee beans, cocoa beans, cola nuts and other plants species . Today, caffeine plays an essential role of being necessary ingredient in beverages like coffee, soft drinks, tea, energy drinks and also in foods like chocolate.
Body Preview: The potential effects are related to the main ingredient in coffee – caffeine. Caffeine is a drug that stimulates the central nervous system that increases alertness and energy, but it is also very addictive. IV. In a 2015
Yerba caffeine works differently in the body and gives a person a sense of well-being at the same time it soothes and stimulates. Unlike drinking coffee, if you drink too much yerba, you don't get that jittery feeling. And too much coffee can cause digestive problems, heartburn and acid reflux (1). Over time too many cups of coffee daily may cause your body to become highly acidic, as coffee is an acidic drink (2). This acidity can weaken the body.
B- Most of the time when the word coffee pops up in conversations between ‘concerned family members and friends’, it almost always ends with “you need to stop, coffee will destroy you, eat you up, and spit you out as though you were poison”. What they fail to understand is that coffee is good for you, it keeps you up on when you need to stay up (late nights, early mornings, afternoons, you name it, it’s there), and it is actually really good for your health. II. Need A- Type 2 diabetes, the most risky of diabetes. What if I were to tell you that coffee can help prevent that?
Caffeine, a very common stimulant amongst popular beverages, has stirred up some myths about how the human body reacts to its consumption. Despite the fact that many of Caffeine’s popular beliefs are myths, there is much truth to what society might think of this stimulant. Caffeine is believed to be addictive, a leading cause of insomnia, harmful to pregnant women, unbeneficial towards human health, and many other rumors to be expanded upon. Before we can understand how Caffeine impacts the human body’s functions we must understand what chemically Caffeine is. Caffeine (C8H10N4O2) belongs to the family of heterocyclic compounds known as purines.