Please give me some advice, need help

coffeedistributor

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Hi, by reading situation it resignated with me so much I had to reply. I too love coffee, and remembering when I felt like I was consuming too much caffeine, I was told to drink half your body weight in ounces of water each day for about 30 days. This helped me and I'm sure it will for you!
 

wrotek3

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coffeedistributor , this is exactly what watercure2.org people do. They add salt and avoid caffeine/ethanol as well.
 

hazelnice

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Hello all,
I am new here to the forum.
I am a 43 year old female and a coffeeholic ... LOVE my coffee .. LOVE IT

BUT, for the last year and getting worse as days go by .. I am having major problems w/ just everything .. it's hard to put into words .. I am having difficulty concentrating, I have no patience anymore, I am very Tense and very depressed and I have absolutely no energy. I don't have any health problems, but anymore I feel like I can barely keep it together mentally and emotionally ... I know flooding my system w/ caffiene is certainly not helping the situation.

2 years ago I was a very fit, very vital , relaxed , happy and enthusiastic girl and now I am on EDGE ... ALL the time..

My question is has anyone else experienced any adverse effects from drinking coffee ? I am beginning to think the coffee is finally taking its toll on my health. I have tried and tried to cut back or quit but it's just impossible.

Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks a bunch.


Drinking Coffee makes me nervous all the time. That's why I drink coffee now moderately.
 

wrotek3

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hazelnice, just after one coffee you are nervous ? Does tea have the same effect on you ?
 

CJA

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Hoping that the original poster (Penelope) was able to overcome her issue...that said, if you're drinking a moderate amount of coffee (2-3 cups a day), sleeping a good amount (7-8 hours a night), and drinking water regularly, and you still have the kinds of issues she described in her post, then a trip to the doctor is a definite must.

Chris
 

Edric1

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Nice Discussion good to know that, i have some different opinion on this if i say then
may be you people kicked out me.. :( so silent is best solution.... for me :D
Here is some great tips how you can avoid caffeine and makes your body perfect just like here i mention all the tips.
 
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infinyte00

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Despite myths, a controlled amount of coffee is beneficial to the human body. I drink it for the antioxidants and the stimulating effects of caffeine.
 

wrotek3

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Yes Penelope, Your symptoms look like classic signs of dehydration...Have u ever seen watercure2.org hydration therapy ?

Also coffee is very toxic, beside caffeine, contains opiate antagonist and muscarinic agonist. And it increases inflammation which can affect brain chemistry.

U should switch to tea, and then to water completely removing caffeine.
 
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