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Health Benefits of Coffee                         



For many people having a morning cup of coffee is a vital part of their morning routine. The ground coffee beans providing energy for them to conquer their day. However, what effect is this having on their body and their mental health? This article will examine what benefits can come from regularly drinking coffee. 


Let's start by what effects regular coffee consumption has on the body. The media often portrays coffee drinking as a negative habit, affecting how people view this activity. However, is this really the case? Is your morning cup of coffee really doing you harm? Research indicates that this isn't the case, in fact coffee consumption has numerous benefits. Studies show that coffee can help protect against diseases. It was found that people who drunk coffee had lower risk for Parkinson's disease, Type Two Diabetes, liver disease and liver cancer. It was also shown that there was no link between coffee consumption and heart disease amongst most coffee drinkers. So, rather than doing us harm, coffee has many positive health effects. But how does regular coffee consumption affect our brain?



Coffee is often portrayed as being damaging towards our mental health, but is really damaging, or does drinking coffee have several positive effects on our mental health? Recent studies have shown that coffee increases focus and may help enhance your memory when performing repetitious tasks. Another benefit from coffee is that increases alertness. This has many benefits, from being a more attentive listener to helping you driver long distances safer. Additionally, studies have shown that coffee may be an effective cure for jet lag for people under 40. So, coffee has many positive benefits for our mental health. But what about the biggest criticism of coffee, that is a highly addictive substance? 


The biggest argument against coffee suggests that people should avoid it because it is very addictive. This would be very concerning, if it were true. In fact, most coffee withdrawal symptoms, all relatively minor, are over after just a few days. Because of this, many doctors don't believe that coffee addiction isn't something that you should be seriously worried about. In fact, there is some evidence that consumption of coffee may help alcoholics when recovering. So, it appears that coffee isn't a highly addictive substance and may help people recover from potentially deadly addictions like alcoholism. 


This article has examined the benefits of coffee, seeking to separate fact from fiction. First, we looked at how coffee affects our health and found that it presents several benefits, such as reduced chance of Parkinson's disease and liver disease. Next, how coffee affects our mental health was examined and it was shown that coffee has several benefits that may help us, such as increased focus and alertness. Finally, the addictive nature of coffee was investigated, and it was shown that coffee isn't an addictive substance and may help recovering alcohol addicts. So, regardless of which type of coffee you like, raise a glass and celebrate the benefits of coffee. Or, if you aren't yet a regular coffee drinker now is a great chance to start by finding a coffee Check out some of our Favorites.