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    doctors usually advice patients with anxiety to stop drinking coffee

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    This might sound dumb but I had a girl that was like that and would get severe anxiety from coffee, but loved it. The solution I found...Tiny cups. Seriously. I got her a cup that was basically for a 3 oz shot. She loved it because she sipped it felt like she was drinking a real cup but she obviously only took a bit of coffee. Since anxiety is very mind based, well, her knowing that the cup she was holding was tiny solved it in her mind. Problem solved, girl happy, me happy.

    And yes, weed is great to drink coffee with. You can feel them working against each other.

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    OMG THAT'S AMAZING

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    I think the best solution is to reduce coffee drinking. Supplements can help, but not much.

    It's like instead of treating a tooth, just taking a painkiller and hoping it will solve the problem.

    If it is difficult to give up caffeine, you can drink decaffeinated coffee. It tastes pretty good and is almost no different from regular coffee.

    But it is much safer for health. Now there is a wide range to choose from.

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    Just drink more coffee and develop a real tolerance to it. Have drank so much since becoming a coffee technician 20+ years ago that it doesn't matter if I drink a pot a coffee or nothing at all there are no longer any withdrawal symptoms period. Drank a 12 ounce cup full of espresso today while calibrating a Schaerer Verisimo.
    Have you ever walked through the aisle of your local grocer and smelled the death of a dying bean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgfrog View Post
    To be honest, I've been drinking coffee for more than 5 years, and it was one of the hardest things to give it up. This caffeine love became more like an addiction. I couldn't imagine my day without coffee, so it was like an indispensable stimulant for me. Therefore, I started to reduce the intake of coffee gradually, day by day. Coupled with red bali kratom, I managed to reduce anxiety and the side effects of caffeine withdrawal. It's one of the best products for this purpose and for relaxation as well. It is really worth the money.
    My friend was just looking for this information. Thanks!

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    Caffeine is a stimulant — and that can be bad news for someone with anxiety. Caffeine's jittery effects on your body are similar to those of a frightening event. That's because caffeine stimulates your ""fight or flight"" response, and studies show that this can make anxiety worse and can even trigger an anxiety attack. Also, anxiety and depression often occur together, and caffeine can worsen anxiety. Stopping abruptly can worsen depression. If you regularly drink caffeinated beverages, quitting can cause a depressed mood until your body adjusts. It can also cause other signs and symptoms, such as headaches, fatigue, and irritability.
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    We're living in really strange times, you may want to consider talking to a professional, such as a therapist and a doctor. Also, you may consider drinking only 1-2 cups a day. Anymore and I get jittery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCafe View Post
    Just drink more coffee and develop a real tolerance to it. Have drank so much since becoming a coffee technician 20+ years ago that it doesn't matter if I drink a pot a coffee or nothing at all there are no longer any withdrawal symptoms period. Drank a 12 ounce cup full of espresso today while calibrating a Schaerer Verisimo.
    Definitely can agree with that as over the years I've developed quite the tolerance to it. Back in the day when running a mobile setup my average intake was 5-6 doubles each morning, sometimes as much as 8 in a 3-4 hr. period to really keep things dialed in with changing weather. Started home roasting about 4.5 yrs. ago and the great thing with doing that is COST compared to buying roasted. Each 19._ gram double costs me around .32 depending on bulk buys, etc. These days it's nothing to have 4 doubles every morning and an energy drink later on if need be. Honestly never feel a solid boost from caffeine, it just sorta maintains what bit of energy I have throughout the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ansand View Post
    Hello, besides the fact that caffeine keeps you awake, and fills you with energy, it also has some adverse effects, and can be dangerous if consumed in excess. I used to drink coffee till I found out I was addicted to it, and till my dentist recommended me to try something else that will keep me awake. In the beginning, it was a bit harder for me to give up because I had some huge headaches almost every day, Happily one of my friends recommended me to try some capsules from SA Kratom, and even at the beginning I was skeptical about those pills, now I can recommend you kratom with confidence.
    you are right

 

 
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