According to NSW Health, caffeine may be credited as a drug; a stimulant drug.
This form of a stimulant speeds up the process of which the brain and, accordingly, the nervous system function.
There are numerous side effects which can be linked to caffeine – and consequently some side effects can be attributed heavily on the amount/intake of caffeine.
Inclusive of most of these side effects, but not all, come in the form of: awareness, anxiousness, headaches, hallucinations, inability to sleep, depression, and sore stomachs.
The difficulty to be able to sleep, having had caffeine shortly prior, come in several forms; experiencing fragmented and disrupted sleeps, irritation, and overall – severe restlessness.
Those strongly dependent on caffeine – whether using caffeine as a form of stimulation or otherwise – will more than likely experience withdrawal symptoms once individuals begin to detach themselves from the routine of ingesting caffeine; experiencing headaches, moodiness, and drowsiness.
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