Watch this video about the connection between Caffeine and Anxiety
Honestly, guys, when I’m tired, I need a coffee. I need caffeine. Most American skin Canadians do 83 % of Americans a drink, coffee cool stat, another stat, a third of our lives – are spent asleep. The two can have a direct effect on each other add in a pinch of anxiety, add in a pinch of depression to the caffeine, sleep stew and what you have I don’t know what you have like okay.
So in this life stew there’s. It a battle between I’m tired. You two have caffeine. I suffer from an anxiety disorder should I have caffeine. I feel depressed well caffeine. Wake me up and give me some better thoughts.
The answer is within you. I’m just going to share a bit of my experience in some some research. I did okay, so caffeine, along with working just like heroin and cocaine just on a much smaller level increases gonna sneeze huh caffeine increases the dopamine production in the brain makes you feel good.
It also latches on to this nerve cell called a Dino seen. Dean is seen, which is a nerve cell that makes you feel tired and when it does it just tricks the body and says hey. I’m gonna latch on to this nerve cell, so you’re gonna get energy instead of drowsiness.
That’s. What I’ve, read that’s, that’s enough science for today, but the thing about caffeine, when you suffer from anxiety, is caffeine. Does not do it any favors? You just look at these symptoms for having a coffee.
150 milligrams, 200 milligrams of caffeine is basically a large coffee, large Tim Hortons coffee. If you don’t know what Tim Hortons is a Canadian establishment and they sell coffee and doughnuts and that’s.
All Canadians do we drink coffee and we eat doughnuts. So you have a large coffee. What’s? Gon na happen, heart rates gonna go up alertness, less blood flow to the stomach. Hence the curb your appetite coffee scenario, a right.
It’s, also going to increase muscle tension cool. Do those symptoms sound a little familiar? Of course they do that’s, anxiety man so have your basic anxiety with no caffeine and add caffeine. It’s, not like your anxiety is going to get any better after drinking a coffee.
In fact, it’s, probably going to trigger anxiety, make it a little worse. So this whole channel is about personal experience, all right. It’s, no good. If I’m, just spitting out facts and saying: Oh caffeine, does this and this, and this and caffeine doesn’t help anxiety.
It doesn’t really mean anything. It’s about how it affects you. How do you feel after you have a tea? How do you feel after you have a small coffee? Maybe does it affect you at all? Maybe a large doesn’t affect you at all.
For me pour moi, I have a tall, Starbucks coffee, all right and I’m awake for eight hours, like alert like epithet that the DAP like on my keyboard. Okay, all right that’s. What it does to me have a coffee at 3:00 p.
m. 200 milligrams by 9:00 p.m. you’re still gonna metabolize. Only half that so you’re gonna have 100 milligrams of caffeine in your body. Does that affect sleep? Absolutely wake up the next day you had a terrible sleep.
What do you want to do? You want to get awake, so you have another coffee. This is Circle, so, like every video, let me know how caffeine affects you. What we have here is the potential for a massive focus group.
We have 11,000 people subscribe to this channel. We could do some pretty cool status. Tickle analysis see some interesting comments, but I really want to know if caffeine affects you. The way does me.
Caffeine does not make me feel better if you’re taking it and you suffer from anxiety, try completely cutting it out. You can go off gradually. Right have a if you have a large a medium then have a small.
If you’re, having a light roast, go to a medium and then a dark roast dark roast coffee have less caffeine in them. Alright, it’s about how you feel if cutting out coffee, doesn’t do anything and you still feel the exact same and are very anxious.
Then it wasn’t the coffee right. This is how we do it trial and error. Take something out, see how you feel add something in see how you feel cool. Let me know how you think. Let me know how you think.
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