Caffeine is popular - there's no doubt about that. From the coffee shops on every street corner to the energy drinks that line our convenience stores, we're a culture that runs on energy. However, according to LiveScience, 40mg is the ideal dosage to increase reaction speeds and alertness, but coffee and energy drinks keep increasing their caffeine content.
So we went to our friends at Caffeine Informer, and checked the caffeine content on five of the most popular drinks:
All of these drinks exceed to ideal amount from twice as much to nearly five times as much per serving, which undoubtedly is the reason people keep consuming more and more. In fact, consuming excessive amounts of caffeine in one go sometimes does the opposite of what it's supposed to do...it makes you tired. This is known as Adrenal Overload.
So put down that coffee and pick up a pack. The world awaits you.
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