“Good ideas start with brainstorming. GREAT ideas start with coffee.”
Drinking coffee is more than fashion or a good habit. It has many benefits both for your physical and mental health. Here are some of its benefits:
Researchers at the Seoul National University studied the brains of rats who were stressed by sleep deprivation and discovered that the ones exposed to coffee aromas experienced variations in brain proteins tied to that stress.
The National Institute of Health found that coffee can make you feel happier. People who drank four or more cups of coffee during a day were about 10% less prone to be depressed than those who didn’t drink coffee.
Caffeine affects the central nervous system, helping you stay alert and energetic. It is also an ingredient in many pain medications.
The Cochrane Library examined 19 studies involving more than 7,200 patients on pain reliever medications. All the studies compared the effects of taking a single dose of a pain reliever like acetaminophen or ibuprofen versus the same dose with added caffeine. Researchers found that 5 to 10 percent of the people experienced a better level of pain relief when taking the pills with caffeine.
Coffee is more than just a beverage. Green coffee extract can be an effective aid to lose weight by raising your metabolism. On a 22-week study of 16 overweight adults, researchers discovered that participants given green coffee bean extract had undergone significant weight loss with 37.5% of them transitioning from being at a pre-obesity weight to a normal weight range. So, if you are looking to lose couple pounds, consider complementing your workouts and good diet with some green bean capsules.
A National Institutes of Health – AARP Diet and Health study of more than 400,000 people revealed that drinking even just one daily cup reduced their risk of death by 6%. Drinking either two to three cups reduced the risk by 10%. But the greatest reduction of death risk was 12% in the group drinking four to five cups.