The Caffeine Triangle: Health, Performance, Mood

The Caffeine Triangle

 

HEALTH

Caffeine delivers an abundance of health benefits, such as a decreased risk of stroke, high blood pressure, heart attacks, diabetes, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease, senile dementia, clinical depression, Parkinson’s disease, cirrhosis of the liver, gallstones, head and neck cancer, breast cancer, uterine cancer, liver cancer, skin cancer, and prostate cancer, and the pulmonary complications of smoking and also reduces inflammation, combats migraine headaches, and is the most powerful non-prescription analgesic available.

MOOD

Caffeine safely improves your mood, enabling you to feel happier, friendlier, and more confident, less bored, and confers relaxation and tranquil energy.

PERFORMANCE

Physical Performance

Caffeine improves performance in virtually every athletic or sports endeavor, including speeding your reaction time and ratcheting up your running and swimming speed and endurance and your ability to shoot darts and lift weights.

Mental Performance

Caffeine boosts your IQ, your visuo-spatial reasoning, your memory, your ability to calculate and concentrate, and helps relieve boredom and complete repetitive tasks more accurately.

Improved health and improved mood both contribute to performance.  Therefore, they are at the base of the triangle supporting improved performance.

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3 Responses to The Caffeine Triangle: Health, Performance, Mood

  1. I’m afraid the fact that coffee tastes good is yet another specious reason that nay-sayers condemn it. After all, something that uses good flavor and enjoyment to seduce people into consuming a harmful drug is sinister indeed!

  2. Frank Sullivan says:

    Tastes good too!

    • D. Casey Dolan says:

      Hi frank!
      Just writing to say thanks for connecting me to this website. And to say howdy … at 7 o’clock in the morning without waking you up. I do like this keyboard too. I like reading the
      paper before it arrives in my driveway at 6a, and “turning” to the exact article that I want to read first digitally- – the light is always good too.
      But I’ve just been alerted that I’m running out of digital memory – so bye 4 now
      Case