Impact of Coffee in the Morning Just Sugesti
ling shen yao untuk kista Bristol, England, For coffee addicts, a cup of coffee in the morning can boost the passion and passion for activity. But research in England opens, the impact is actually just a suggestion. Some researchers say it’s the impact of reversal (withdrawal effect), which is obtained by drinking coffee at night. When the body so not fit when waking up, actually coffee just return it to normal circumstances, not more fresh as perceived.
Taken from Reuters on Friday (04/06/2010), this sort of thing was revealed in research at Bristol University, which looked at the impact on some middle-to-heavy group coffee addicts. The impact is then compared with what is faced by people without any routine of drinking coffee. The number of participants involved in the trial was 379 people. All were told to fast coffee for 16 hours, then given a cup of coffee and a cup of caffeine-free drinks so placebo. The level of vigilance is measured through the strength of completing some of the work the researchers get.
Jobs that need to be handled on the computer will also measure the power of memory as well as the level of alertness and attention. Finally, coffee addicts who received a registered placebo drink naturally decreased levels of alertness as well as more headaches. This mark is not faced by participants from other groups. In an addict group that gets a caffeine-filled drink, the level of alertness increases as if it were higher than normal. But when compared, in fact no higher than the group is not a junkie who just get a placebo. “”
This research shows that drinking coffee in the morning does not benefit coffee addicts. When we feel more fit, in fact it just returns it to normal circumstances, “” said Peter Rogers who led the research. Beyond that also exposed, people who genetically have the relative anxiety problem of coffee consumption more and more. It is thought that the impact of coffee that can increase the anxiety is actually giving its own pleasure. The research is published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology. (up / ir)