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      Caffeine Withdrawal:
      What is it and How to cope 

      Having a coffee in the morning or taking a coffee break may help charge your energy on a tiring day. But consuming too much caffeine can be a problem caused by caffeine addiction. When you want to stop consuming caffeine, you may experience a condition known as caffeine withdrawal syndrome.

      Caffeine withdrawal

                Caffeine is reported to be considered a drug, but it isn't clear that caffeine will be an addictive substance. However, the research shows that consuming caffeine regularly can lead to Caffeine withdrawal symptoms.

                   Therefore, Caffeine withdrawal is a condition that occurs when people who consume large amounts of caffeine every day try to reduce or cut back on caffeine. That means to stop consuming caffeine abruptly. This will directly affect physical and mental health, such as headaches, stress, or anxiety. Some people even have intense headaches until they consume the same amount of caffeine; those aches will be better. Similar to the symptoms of being addicted to something.

      Caffeine sources

      ● Coffee

      ● Black tea, Matcha, Chai, Oolong, Green tea (From highest-lowest levels of caffeine)

      ● Soft drinks

      ● Energy drinks

      ● Chocolate (Dark & Bittersweet)

      ● Coffee flavored in milk, ice cream, or dessert

      The usual symptoms of Caffeine withdrawal

      ● Headache

      ● Stress and anxiety

      ● Sleepy and tiredness

      ● Nervous and difficult to concentrate

      ● May be muscle pain

      How to deal with Caffeine withdrawal

      1

      Do not cut back abruptly

            First, the important thing is not to stop consuming immediately. Instead, most experts' advice is to gradually reduce caffeine consumption to prevent caffeine withdrawal.

      2

      Drinking more water

            Make sure that you drink water first every early morning and often sip all day to hydrate your body. Because sometimes, dehydration from Caffeine withdrawal can cause a headache. Or drinking water every morning can help reduce your cravings for caffeinated beverages! 

      3

      If you have a headache, Paracetamol is your assistant!

            If you have a headache from Caffeine withdrawal, you can take paracetamol pills, but it is not recommended to take too much. (should not exceed 8 tablets or 4 mg per day, should not be consecutively consumed for more than 5 days).

      4

      Good food and good sleep make you feel energized

            Getting enough sleep and consuming nutritious food is the key to avoiding Caffeine withdrawal. It will help fill up your energy without relying on caffeinated beverages.

      5

      Avoid dark espresso or americano

            If you still want to drink coffee, try a coffee with a splash of milk as Latte or cold brew coffee. This way helps to reduce the intensity of the caffeine content.

      6

      If you love a warm mug of coffee every morning, try a warm cup of tea instead!

            Try to reduce caffeine by drinking tea instead. The research indicates that tea has less caffeine than coffee, just 25-70 mg per cup. While coffee has 90-170 mg per cup! People can get caffeine not more than 300-400 mg per day. So, tea can be consumed every day. It does not affect bodily harm and caffeine withdrawal symptoms because caffeine is lower than coffee.

      Replacing Coffee with Tea to avoid Caffeine withdrawal: How is it better?

      Tea has less caffeine than coffee.

      Tea can improve your concentration without affecting bodily harm. 

      The research demonstrated that tea has many potential health benefits such as containing antioxidants, weight loss, improving the immune system, calorie-free, etc.

      You can enjoy many types which have different
      flavors of tea.

      The recommended tea is Black tea and Green tea due to the level of caffeine that can affect your concentration but does not harm the body.

      Brewing tea at home can save more costs than buying coffee from a coffee shop. Tea leaves can steep multiple times more than coffee beans (must be only loose leaf tea).

      Drinking tea will affect skin brighter and clearer than drinking coffee. Because tea has L-theanine, which is rich in antioxidants, promotes the digestive system, and increases restful sleep, affecting your skin. Improve your health from inside to outside!

                   Caffeine can be valuable in beverages for most people who need help waking up and focusing on work. But it can cause problems if you drink too much. The caution that before you decide to quit the coffee, Do not cut back abruptly! Instead, gradually decreasing caffeine consumption over several weeks is better for your health.

                   If you are looking for an easy way to replace your morning coffee, a warm cup of tea in the morning is a good place to start. Besides, tea has less caffeine than coffee. It also provides many health benefits, though. Believe that you will experience a new and different kind of relaxation.

      Take the first step towards better health and happiness!