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Parkinson’s disease is found mostly in adults over the age of 50. A failure of the central nervous system where the brain cells are being slowly destroyed that produces dopamine which allows controlling of our motor skills. The lack of dopamine can cause problems to the body and show symptoms of loss of movement, shivering and shaking, and also even paralysis. Coffee is known to be one of the most addictive drugs in the world and even though it might sound harmful it can also provide benefits to the human body. Throughout this review it hypothetically shows the correlation between the consumption of caffeinated coffee and how it can reduce the symptoms or even prevent the risk of having Parkinson’s disease.
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Introduction Caffeine is the most widely used stimulant on college campuses. It stimulates the central nervous system as it temporarily combats drowsiness, and restores alertness. Caffeine’s “powers” are the perfect anecdote for college student’s busy lives, but what if the opposite was true? Whether students barely come into contact with caffeine, and others use it habitually the study researchers whether caffeine has an effect on their cognitive processes. Daily caffeine regulars and sometime users consume it in many different ways, which are coffee, tea, cola drinks, candy bars, cocoa, cold and diet medications, and sleep prevention compounds, and they also consume it in various different doses.
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