Tea and coffee can help make you feel awake and help you stay focused But don’t go overboard with caffeine, as it can trigger migraines and IBS for sensitive people.
Caffeine is a chemical that triggers your central nervous system. This means that it stimulates the brain and nerves. Regular caffeine consumption, whether in the form of tea or coffee, improves the ability to focus and alertness in short-term situations and longer-term memories. While most people appreciate the caffeine’s “revved up” effect, some individuals are more sensitive to caffeine and feel anxious or sick after taking the dose. If you’re in the second category, you should eliminate caffeinated drinks or alter your consumption amount to meet your tolerance. People who suffer from sleep disorders or insomnia may have to cut down on caffeinated beverages for up to 8 hours before the time of bed (or completely omit them).
Furthermore, drinks with caffeinated ingredients may trigger migraines for those affected. Also, IBS sufferers should be aware that some people suffering from IBS develop symptoms after drinking caffeinated tea or coffee.
Caffeine can also cause adverse effects on women right before menstrual cycle. There is evidence that suggests caffeine products are more severe for women who are in the premenstrual phase. Caffeine can cause PMS symptoms and lead to more breast tenderness, anxiety, and anxiety. Consider switching to herbal teas or decaffeinated drinks in your cycle if this happens.