Benefits and damages of caffeine

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Wednesday, 3 July 2019



 Benefits and damages of caffeine

 Benefits and damages of caffeine


Caffeine

Caffeine is a stimulant or stimulant that is naturally available in coffee and tea and is added to certain foods, medicines and other beverages. It is also the most psychoactive drug in the world. It is found that the body absorbs it within 30-45 minutes, and it lasts for up to three hours in the body and then is thrown out of the body as it does not accumulate. It has also been found to affect the mood, colon and stomach activity, Cerebral blood vessels, and the ability to Prospect,

It is known to raise blood pressure, has diuretic properties, and it stimulates the secretion of insulin, which lowers blood sugar levels, which increases the feeling of hunger, it is worth mentioning that caffeine is used to make some types of pain medication pain, because it reduces headaches

Benefits of caffeine

 Caffeine provides many health benefits to the human body.

Helping to lose weight:
Caffeine reduces appetite and the desire to eat temporarily. It also stimulates the body's production of heat from digestion. Some weight loss products contain caffeine, but studies have not confirmed this effect.

Motivation:
 The consumption of 75 milligrams of caffeine can increase vigilance and attention. Consumption of 160-600 milligrams increases brain alertness, memory, and reasoning, but drinking is no substitute for sleep.

Enhancing athletic performance:
According to the European Food Safety Agency, caffeine can enhance athletic performance in endurance exercise and reduce stress.

Enhanced brain functions:
The effect of caffeine on the effects of adenosine receptors in the brain. Some studies have suggested that drinking coffee can stimulate thinking skills and slow mental degeneration due to aging, but more studies are needed. And evidence to prove it.

Reducing the risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease:
 Studies have shown that people who consume coffee throughout their lives are less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease, and other studies have suggested that high coffee consumption reduces the risk of Parkinson's disease.

Memory Enhancement:
Studies at Johns Hopkins University suggest that drinking a dose of caffeine after attending an educational session can boost long-term memory.

Useful for colon and liver:
It is believed that the use of enema injections can increase the levels of one of the types of antioxidants called Glutathione, which contribute to the elimination of toxins in the liver naturally, so these injections may be appropriate for the preparation of the colon before undergoing colonoscopy or endoscopy Because it stimulates the secretion of bile through the walls of the colon, but there is not enough evidence to prove it. In addition, it has been found that drinking coffee can help slow the worsening of the condition of people with hepatitis C and reduce the risk And one study has suggested that coffee can have protective effects in people with hepatocellular carcinoma.


Reduce risk of eyelid cramping:
 Some evidence suggests that caffeine can reduce the risk of an eye disorder called blepharospasm, which results from a disruption in brain function, causing frequent eyelashes and may also cause functional blindness.

Reduce the risk of spasm:
 Some studies have suggested that caffeine can protect the lens of the eye from damage caused by spasms, or cataracts.

Reduce the risk of skin cancer:
One study in mice suggested that caffeine in the skin could help prevent damage caused by UV rays that cause skin cancer. Other studies have suggested that eating three cups of caffeine-containing coffee a day reduces the risk of infection Basal cell carcinoma (21%) and men (10%) are less likely to develop this disease than people who ate less than one cup of coffee a month.

Reduce the risk of kidney stones:
 A study of 217,883 participants indicated that people who consumed more caffeine were less likely to have kidney stones.

 Reduce the risk of some types of cancer:
A study of 968,432 participants found that those who consumed more than four cups of coffee per day were 49 percent less likely to die from oral cancer than people who drank too little or never drank coffee. The risk of other cancers, including endometrial cancer, prostate cancer, head and neck cancer, and the risk of recurrence of breast cancer.

Reduce the risk of strokes:
 Some studies involving 34,670 Swedish women without cardiovascular disease indicated that women who consumed more than one cup of coffee per day were 22 to 25 percent less likely to have strokes than women who drank less coffee.

Reduce the risk of diabetes:
A study found that people who drank more than one cup of coffee per day over four years were 1 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who did not change their coffee consumption, but more studies are needed to confirm this the influence.

Caffeine Damage

Despite the many benefits of caffeine, consuming large amounts of it may cause some symptoms and side effects. Eating large amounts of it may cause irregular heartbeat and seizures, may cause hormonal imbalance, and some people may experience some symptoms when drinking Even if they drink moderate amounts of it, because they are not used to consumption, and the symptoms caused by excessive drinking of caffeine What follows

-Dizziness.
-diarrhea.
-Increase the feeling of thirst.
-Insomnia.
-Headaches.
-Irritability.

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