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Is Caffeine Addiction An Unhandled Problem?
Caffeine addiction is an unhandled problem.
Caffeine's healthy effects could be gained by better habits such as working out and eating healthily.
Caffeine is just an indirect way of getting adrenaline, something that can, if relied upon regularly for the long term, lead to adrenal burn out and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Caffeine is consumed by many people, thus making its effects more important to handle.
Caffeine is addictive, and therefore users cannot think clearly about when to take it and when not to.
long term sleep problems
by messing with adenosine reception.
Caffeine is normal in society
Caffeine isn't as bad as other drugs, such as alcohol.
Caffeine has many benefits, such as focus, acuity, energy, and heart health later in life.
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