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  1. #1
    Nexis Guest

    Default Does caffeine affect you? How much?

    My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him talking 20mph
    and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart races. A second cup and his
    blood pressure will rise. He also would have trouble trying to fall asleep.
    Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no shaking,
    trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than anything else, like
    water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me up. The only problem I've ever
    had is headaches in high school when I stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every
    day. My doctor at the time said it was caffeine withdrawal.

    Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks? Do they
    cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?

    kimberly


  2. #2
    Pete C. Guest

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    Nexis wrote:
    >
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him talking 20mph
    > and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart races. A second cup and his
    > blood pressure will rise. He also would have trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no shaking,
    > trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than anything else, like
    > water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me up. The only problem I've ever
    > had is headaches in high school when I stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every
    > day. My doctor at the time said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks? Do they
    > cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly


    Interesting question. I'm pretty much immune to caffeine, at least in
    coffee / cola levels. A cup of coffee at night does a good job relaxing
    me for a good night's sleep. At my peak I probably drank about 24 cups
    (8oz cups, i.e. a smaller number of larger mugs worth) of coffee a day.
    These days it's two cups every morning and a few cans of diet Dr. Pepper
    during the day typically. I did an experiment once and avoided all
    caffeine for a year, and found it made no difference at all. I started
    drinking coffee at about 5, and stopped using sugar at about 5.5, so I
    guess it's just the years of conditioning.

  3. #3
    Pete C. Guest

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    Nexis wrote:
    >
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him talking 20mph
    > and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart races. A second cup and his
    > blood pressure will rise. He also would have trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no shaking,
    > trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than anything else, like
    > water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me up. The only problem I've ever
    > had is headaches in high school when I stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every
    > day. My doctor at the time said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks? Do they
    > cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly


    Interesting question. I'm pretty much immune to caffeine, at least in
    coffee / cola levels. A cup of coffee at night does a good job relaxing
    me for a good night's sleep. At my peak I probably drank about 24 cups
    (8oz cups, i.e. a smaller number of larger mugs worth) of coffee a day.
    These days it's two cups every morning and a few cans of diet Dr. Pepper
    during the day typically. I did an experiment once and avoided all
    caffeine for a year, and found it made no difference at all. I started
    drinking coffee at about 5, and stopped using sugar at about 5.5, so I
    guess it's just the years of conditioning.

  4. #4
    Goomba38 Guest

    Default Re: Does caffeine affect you? How much?

    Nexis wrote:

    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy"
    > drinks? Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly


    I like caffeine..a LOT. But I've noticed as I am getting older <gasp!>
    it seems to affect me negatively more often than it ever did before.
    Which really sucks when you work 13 hour PM shifts sometimes. I have to
    watch when I take it in and when to avoid it based on my schedule.

  5. #5
    Goomba38 Guest

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    Nexis wrote:

    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy"
    > drinks? Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly


    I like caffeine..a LOT. But I've noticed as I am getting older <gasp!>
    it seems to affect me negatively more often than it ever did before.
    Which really sucks when you work 13 hour PM shifts sometimes. I have to
    watch when I take it in and when to avoid it based on my schedule.

  6. #6
    zxcvbob Guest

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    Nexis wrote:
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with
    > no shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy"
    > drinks? Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly



    I sometimes get headachy and lethargic if I go 2 days without any
    coffee. One day is not a problem, I probably have enough caffeine
    stored in my liver to keep me going that long. I can drink strong
    coffee all day and into the night and it doesn't affect my sleep --
    except every once in a while if I'm worrying about something and was
    gonna have trouble falling asleep anyway.

    I sometimes go through a whole pot of coffee all by myself in a day. If
    I'm in a meeting and my large cup of coffee is starting to get cold,
    I'll chug it for effect. :-) I think I've built up a tolerance to it.
    BTW, my blood pressure is fine and my pulse is actually on the slow side.

    I've never tried "energy drinks". I sometimes drink tea on the weekends
    instead of coffee. Tea doesn't affect me at all except to give me
    enough caffeine to keep the headaches away if I want to withdraw from
    coffee for a while.

    So, yeah I'm hooked on caffeine, but like most adults I self-regulate it
    pretty well.

    Bob

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    zxcvbob Guest

    Default Re: Does caffeine affect you? How much?

    Nexis wrote:
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with
    > no shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy"
    > drinks? Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly



    I sometimes get headachy and lethargic if I go 2 days without any
    coffee. One day is not a problem, I probably have enough caffeine
    stored in my liver to keep me going that long. I can drink strong
    coffee all day and into the night and it doesn't affect my sleep --
    except every once in a while if I'm worrying about something and was
    gonna have trouble falling asleep anyway.

    I sometimes go through a whole pot of coffee all by myself in a day. If
    I'm in a meeting and my large cup of coffee is starting to get cold,
    I'll chug it for effect. :-) I think I've built up a tolerance to it.
    BTW, my blood pressure is fine and my pulse is actually on the slow side.

    I've never tried "energy drinks". I sometimes drink tea on the weekends
    instead of coffee. Tea doesn't affect me at all except to give me
    enough caffeine to keep the headaches away if I want to withdraw from
    coffee for a while.

    So, yeah I'm hooked on caffeine, but like most adults I self-regulate it
    pretty well.

    Bob

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    Ms P Guest

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    "Nexis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:at5Xj.20535$[email protected]..
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks?
    > Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly



    I don't get any kind of symptoms but even one pepsi at lunch will keep me
    awake until 3 or 4 in the morning. Needless to say I don't consume any
    caffeine any more. I'm cranky enough when I get a full night's sleep. :-)

    Ms P


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    Ms P Guest

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    "Nexis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:at5Xj.20535$[email protected]..
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks?
    > Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly



    I don't get any kind of symptoms but even one pepsi at lunch will keep me
    awake until 3 or 4 in the morning. Needless to say I don't consume any
    caffeine any more. I'm cranky enough when I get a full night's sleep. :-)

    Ms P


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    cybercat Guest

    Default Re: Does caffeine affect you? How much?


    "Nexis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:at5Xj.20535$[email protected]..
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks?
    > Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >


    What a great question! I drink a large cup (according to my coffee pot,
    about 3.5 cups)
    in the morning (or whenever I get up) and sometimes want more. But if I make
    another
    cup, I can't get more than half of it down. I start to feel "icky," kind of
    jangled and
    then will crash. I'm very caffeine sensitve. I don't drink caffeine except
    that coffee.
    (If I get fast food I will have a small diet coke or tea, but that might be
    four times
    a month at the most.)

    When I was in college I substituted caffeine for sleep and food and
    everything in the
    world. I sucked it down and smoked 2 packs to boot! But that has been years
    ago.



  11. #11
    cybercat Guest

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    "Nexis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:at5Xj.20535$[email protected]..
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks?
    > Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >


    What a great question! I drink a large cup (according to my coffee pot,
    about 3.5 cups)
    in the morning (or whenever I get up) and sometimes want more. But if I make
    another
    cup, I can't get more than half of it down. I start to feel "icky," kind of
    jangled and
    then will crash. I'm very caffeine sensitve. I don't drink caffeine except
    that coffee.
    (If I get fast food I will have a small diet coke or tea, but that might be
    four times
    a month at the most.)

    When I was in college I substituted caffeine for sleep and food and
    everything in the
    world. I sucked it down and smoked 2 packs to boot! But that has been years
    ago.



  12. #12
    kilikini Guest

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    Nexis wrote:
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would
    > have trouble trying to fall asleep. Me, I've never had anything like that.
    > I drink 4 shot iced lattes
    > with no shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no
    > more than anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly
    > doesn't keep me up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in
    > high school when I stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day.
    > My doctor at the time said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy"
    > drinks? Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly


    If I drink caffeine, my heart races, my hands shake and within about 20
    minutes I get gut-wrenching intestinal pains and you'd better find me a
    bathroom ASAP!

    kili



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    kilikini Guest

    Default Re: Does caffeine affect you? How much?

    Nexis wrote:
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would
    > have trouble trying to fall asleep. Me, I've never had anything like that.
    > I drink 4 shot iced lattes
    > with no shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no
    > more than anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly
    > doesn't keep me up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in
    > high school when I stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day.
    > My doctor at the time said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy"
    > drinks? Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly


    If I drink caffeine, my heart races, my hands shake and within about 20
    minutes I get gut-wrenching intestinal pains and you'd better find me a
    bathroom ASAP!

    kili



  14. #14
    Miche Guest

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    In article <at5Xj.20535$[email protected]>,
    "Nexis" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him talking
    > 20mph
    > and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart races. A second cup
    > and his
    > blood pressure will rise. He also would have trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking,
    > trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than anything else,
    > like
    > water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me up. The only problem
    > I've ever
    > had is headaches in high school when I stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet
    > pepsi every
    > day. My doctor at the time said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks? Do
    > they
    > cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?


    Energy drinks make me sick -- they're _so_ sweet! I don't like them.

    Two coffees one after the other will have the edges of the world a bit
    _too_ sharp. A third right after that will make me all heart-racy and
    hand-shaky.

    Caffeine doesn't affect my sleep, though.

    Miche

    --
    Electricians do it in three phases

  15. #15
    Miche Guest

    Default Re: Does caffeine affect you? How much?

    In article <at5Xj.20535$[email protected]>,
    "Nexis" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him talking
    > 20mph
    > and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart races. A second cup
    > and his
    > blood pressure will rise. He also would have trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking,
    > trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than anything else,
    > like
    > water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me up. The only problem
    > I've ever
    > had is headaches in high school when I stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet
    > pepsi every
    > day. My doctor at the time said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks? Do
    > they
    > cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?


    Energy drinks make me sick -- they're _so_ sweet! I don't like them.

    Two coffees one after the other will have the edges of the world a bit
    _too_ sharp. A third right after that will make me all heart-racy and
    hand-shaky.

    Caffeine doesn't affect my sleep, though.

    Miche

    --
    Electricians do it in three phases

  16. #16
    MG Guest

    Default Re: Does caffeine affect you? How much?


    "Nexis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:at5Xj.20535$[email protected]..
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks?
    > Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly


    If I don't have at least one cup of tea or coffee by about 4pm, I get
    massive tension headaches that usually last 1-2 days, that nothing will make
    go away

    otherwise, I can have tea. coffee, whatever right up until bedtime with no
    wakefulness

    I once drank the equivalent of about 7 short blacks (it had been made into a
    coffee granita) in a row, and ended up with intestinal cramps, nausea,
    dizziness, the shakes, etc etc...never did THAT again! :-)



  17. #17
    MG Guest

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    "Nexis" <nexis1@cox[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:at5Xj.20535$[email protected]..
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks?
    > Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly


    If I don't have at least one cup of tea or coffee by about 4pm, I get
    massive tension headaches that usually last 1-2 days, that nothing will make
    go away

    otherwise, I can have tea. coffee, whatever right up until bedtime with no
    wakefulness

    I once drank the equivalent of about 7 short blacks (it had been made into a
    coffee granita) in a row, and ended up with intestinal cramps, nausea,
    dizziness, the shakes, etc etc...never did THAT again! :-)



  18. #18
    TammyM Guest

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    "Nexis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:at5Xj.20535$[email protected]..
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks?
    > Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?


    I drink the better part of a pot of half-caff and maybe a couple of cups of
    full-leaded during the day. I likes my coffee! Also lots of iced tea
    and/or coffee this time of year. Used to be I couldn't drink caffeinated
    beverages after about 4pm. No mas. I've got a glass of iced coffee right
    next to me at the moment, and it's about 1.5 hours before I hit the sack.
    If I drink "too much" (and I never really know how much that is until it
    hits me), I feel slightly nauseated but bounce back fairly quickly. I don't
    think I've ever noticed my hands trembling from over-caffeination, nor any
    change in speech pattern.

    TammyM, considering a little espresso nightcap :-)



  19. #19
    TammyM Guest

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    "Nexis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:at5Xj.20535$[email protected]..
    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep.
    > Me, I've never had anything like that. I drink 4 shot iced lattes with no
    > shaking, trembling, heart racing. It doesn't wake me up (no more than
    > anything else, like water or whatnot), and it certainly doesn't keep me
    > up. The only problem I've ever had is headaches in high school when I
    > stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi every day. My doctor at the time
    > said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy" drinks?
    > Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?


    I drink the better part of a pot of half-caff and maybe a couple of cups of
    full-leaded during the day. I likes my coffee! Also lots of iced tea
    and/or coffee this time of year. Used to be I couldn't drink caffeinated
    beverages after about 4pm. No mas. I've got a glass of iced coffee right
    next to me at the moment, and it's about 1.5 hours before I hit the sack.
    If I drink "too much" (and I never really know how much that is until it
    hits me), I feel slightly nauseated but bounce back fairly quickly. I don't
    think I've ever noticed my hands trembling from over-caffeination, nor any
    change in speech pattern.

    TammyM, considering a little espresso nightcap :-)



  20. #20
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Does caffeine affect you? How much?

    On Thu 15 May 2008 06:30:44p, Nexis told us...

    > My brother cracks me up. A single cup of coffee is enough to get him
    > talking 20mph and get his hands trembling just a little and his heart
    > races. A second cup and his blood pressure will rise. He also would have
    > trouble trying to fall asleep. Me, I've never had anything like that. I
    > drink 4 shot iced lattes with no shaking, trembling, heart racing. It
    > doesn't wake me up (no more than anything else, like water or whatnot),
    > and it certainly doesn't keep me up. The only problem I've ever had is
    > headaches in high school when I stopped drinking 4-6 cans of diet pepsi
    > every day. My doctor at the time said it was caffeine withdrawal.
    >
    > Where and how does it have an effect on you? Do you drink "energy"
    > drinks? Do they cause more/less an effect than coffee or tea?
    >
    > kimberly
    >


    A 4-shot espresso drink will make me a little edgy. More than one and I
    definitely feel nervous. More than that and even more nervous. That's
    about the only problem...no sleepless nights, no headaches, etc.

    If I drink regular coffee at normal strength, no symptoms at all.

    I have begun ordering caffeine-free espresso drinks. :-(

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    Wayne Boatwright
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    Countdown till Memorial Day
    1wks 3dys 2hrs 55mins
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    Kilometers are shorter than miles.
    Save gas -- take your next trip in
    kilometers. --George Carlin
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