Knowing the content of your caffeine intake can help you monitor the intake at a healthy level, where you are not foreign to sleep, take a look below at some must-know facts on this stimulant.
1) Caffeine – as most people would know – is a stimulant that people take it after waking up in the morning and/or in remaining alert for the rest of the day.
2) Caffeine can in no way replace the quality of sleep you get.
3) Caffeine can be a a temporary fix; a universal factor in taking these stimulants.
4) Once the caffeine has left the body’s bloodstream and small intestine – after several minutes, and even several hours at times – you can hit a real low in terms of awareness, drowsiness, and experience certain signs of withdrawal at times such as headaches, fatigue, and muscle pain.
5) In extreme cases, caffeine can worsen and increase insomnia, motor coordination, even causing one to be nervous and dizzy.