How to Know Your Coffee Threshold at Night

I love my caffeine, fact. It makes me feel good and gives me a great boost when I’m starting to flag. As I’m not a great morning person either, I would be unbearable if I didn’t have my cup of coffee to make me feel human in the mornings!

I have to have drinks containing caffeine throughout the day to keep me motivated and able to concentrate. Those big jobs that I’ve stayed late to complete on time should have ‘caffeine’ mentioned in the credits, as I couldn’t have done them without it!

If you are busy late at night, or eating out, do you find it as hard as hard as me to resist a coffee? It really takes some will power!

It is recommended that if you want to go to bed at a decent time and have a good night’s sleep, you must avoid all kind of caffeine in the evening. Scientific facts seem to back up these claims.

The experts have told us that caffeine will be in your system up to 10 hours after you last consume it. If this information is correct, we shouldn’t be drinking any caffeine any later than the afternoon. Everyone is different obviously, but this is the average time that they go off.

If you use sugar in your drinks, you will lose not only your caffeine boost but also your sugar rush; resulting in a crash. You may be able to sleep if you do this.

Try this little test to find out where you stand. If you have your last caffeinated drink at 2 pm, try it at 3pm the next day, 4pm the day after that and so on. You will then know when you can have your last coffee and still be able to sleep.

Don’t get impatient and only have the last drink a little later each day. If you skip a couple of stages you may well end up in being in a cycle of sleepless nights and gallons of coffee to keep you going while you’re awake.

Source by Todd Grummans

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