How Much is Too Much Coffee for Daily Use?
When we are too consumed we take coffee.
At the start of the day, we take coffee.
At weary moments when we need to focus on ourselves, we take the help of coffee.
In short, we take coffee whenever we want, right?
However, this makes us wonder if we are consuming too much coffee or not. There are moments when we want to know how much is too much coffee.
If you consume less than two servings of coffee every day, is that right? How about when you take more than two and less than four servings of freshly brewed coffee? We have experts who did research and found out some interesting facts. Let’s delve into those and find out the answer.
Taking 400 mg of caffeine in a day can keep you healthy and safe. Mostly, in one cup of coffee 100 mg of caffeine is found. That makes four cups of coffee for 400 mg; therefore, up to four normal-sized cups seem fine for a normal adult.
What if you find any of the following symptoms?
Symptoms like insomnia, irritability, muscle tremors, nervousness, headache, or fast heartbeat (palpitation) can be reduced by cutting back on coffee.
When are these symptoms found?
You may find the above-mentioned symptoms when you have more than 400 mg of caffeine (equals 4 cups of coffee) every day.
Exceptions are everywhere
It is worthy to bring in notice that some people tend to be on the sensitive side. Even a little is too much for them. If you find it to be a sensitive type, then you experience sleep problems and restlessness. So, again... it is all about how much you as an individual can take caffeine easily.
Which coffee works out best for you?
Understanding coffee depends on the amount of percentage of caffeine. Means, you can easily pick a blend and brand that suits your body needs. Adding whipped cream and sugar is another way of taking less caffeinated coffee. Try out different combinations and pick your best source of contentment.
- Amjad Bukhari