Coffee is the third most consumed beverage in the world and is also the most loved one. Caffeine is a bitter constituent of coffee and some other beverages such as tea, soft drinks and even some of the energy drinks. Caffeine acts as a central nervous system stimulant which is the most widely consumed psychoactive drug in the world. Many people believe that caffeine and coffee are OK for weight loss but is it really so? One can lose weight if he/she restricts the consumption of coffee to 1 or 2 cups a day and limit the usage of artificial sweeteners.
A caffeinated cup of coffee is considered beneficial because it burns fat quickly and enhances the metabolism rate. It increases the rate of learning and also helps in strengthening the muscles and DNA. It is a fact that more than 450000000 cups of coffee is consumed by Americans every day. Infact 90% of k-12 students suffer from sleep deprivation due to excessive caffeine consumption. There are many symptoms which take place if a person has an overdose of caffeine. Some of these include accelerated heartbeat, anxiety and other nervous system issues, irritability, nausea and jitteriness and even other respiratory and nervous system problems
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