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    There is no enough reason why I drink coffee. The only thing I know is that I just love the taste of coffee. Coming to your question, coffee is good for stopping headache. I have noticed its effect too.
    Morning without Coffee is not morning at all

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    Yep, i think that

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    Not because headache, i just simply love coffee

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    Yes, here's why.

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    It helps when I'm hungover

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rage_Phish View Post
    It helps when I'm hungover
    Besides coffee there are other natural remedies which can help you get rid of that awful hangover. Check this out - here
    Morning without Coffee is not morning at all

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    Speaking of headaches. Years ago if I did not have coffee I would get a headache. It was on my days off that I realized it. I only drank coffee at the coffee shop I worked at back then. I drink anywhere from 1 to 2 pots a day now. On my days off I might not even have one cup. My wife and I go out to eat breakfast on our days off. I refuse to drink crappy coffee...I would rather not have any. My point is now when I do not have coffee I do not get headaches. I wonder why it doesn't hit me like it did 20 to 25 years ago. Weird.
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    Quote Originally Posted by topher View Post
    Speaking of headaches. Years ago if I did not have coffee I would get a headache. It was on my days off that I realized it. I only drank coffee at the coffee shop I worked at back then. I drink anywhere from 1 to 2 pots a day now. On my days off I might not even have one cup. My wife and I go out to eat breakfast on our days off. I refuse to drink crappy coffee...I would rather not have any. My point is now when I do not have coffee I do not get headaches. I wonder why it doesn't hit me like it did 20 to 25 years ago. Weird.
    It is strange that you don't get headaches now.

    On your days off, so you eat or drink anything that has caffeine in it (chocolate, tea, sodas?) You just may just need a tiny amount of caffeine to keep the headaches away.

    Rose

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    Rose..I know right? I do not eat candy or drink tea. Sometimes I might have a soda but it's usually Root beer(caffeine free) Its weird but I am not complaining!
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

 

 
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