There are some signs that you should give up coffee, what are they?

On the other hand, what did a new study reveal about the benefits of coffee?

Despite the many benefits of coffee, the German magazine "Freuden" advised not to take more than 400 milligrams of caffeine per day, and stressed that you should stop drinking coffee if any of the following signs appear:


Heartburn can be dangerous in the long run, since caffeine causes GERD symptoms, which can be found in soft drinks and even tea.

Sleep problems or anxiety

The high caffeine content can lead to sleep problems and anxiety, so it is best to avoid drinking coffee 6 hours before bed.

Withdrawal symptoms appear

If a person is unable to take his usual coffee and shows any of the withdrawal symptoms (Withdrawal), which are signs that affect the person when quitting a certain substance, or feeling tired or flu-like symptoms, this is considered a sign that the amount of coffee should be reduced.


Although coffee makes you feel full and does not want to eat, after this effect is gone, the body will need to eat in large quantities and quickly, and replacing a meal with a coffee drink disrupts the functions of the body and increases the secretion of the hormone cortisol.

Drinking 3 cups of coffee a day can extend your life

We move to news that will make coffee lovers happy, as it seems that coffee is innocent of the charge of negative health, especially heart health.

A study showed that drinking coffee would reduce the risk of heart disease and premature death.

Researchers analyzed the data of 382,000 people in the UK to track their health habits for up to 10 years.

And they found that drinking between two and three cups of coffee a day would reduce the risk of heart disease and early death by up to 15%, compared to not drinking any of it, according to what Deutsche Welle quoted from the British "The Sun" website.

Researchers note that coffee beans contain more than 100 nutrients.

It reduces oxidative stress and inflammation and improves insulin sensitivity and metabolism, says Professor Peter Kistler, an expert at the Baker Heart Institute in Australia who led the study.

The bioactive compounds block the absorption in the intestine of fats and molecules associated with abnormal heart rhythms.

On the other hand, scientists warn that they should not drink too much coffee if it makes them anxious or uncomfortable.

However, the new findings confirm that coffee is not linked to new heart disease and may in fact be a protective source for the heart.

In addition to the fact that coffee enhances cognitive performance, it wakes you up and activates your mind.