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Does Caffeine Really Make Your Anxiety Worse? Or It's Just Because You Are Fearful?

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Many people, especially those that have experienced most things in life, may already know what could happen with your anxiety experience. But for those who haven't felt it yet, which mostly are teenagers, and for those who currently experience it, this could provide a glimpse of what to expect and how it affects your choices in life. People that experience anxiety have chosen to read the internet about what to avoid, what not to take, and what to do during the time when anxiety sparks. Most of them believe that anyone with anxiety should avoid Caffeine, which is true except if you've been experiencing it for a while. Some people (especially teenagers) stop their caffeine intake after being afraid, nervous, or anxious, most of them read or research as they try to avoid anxiety, until they know and understand how it actually plays out. After a few months, they continued their caffeine intake, Why? The feeling of anxiety could be your brain that's playing with your mind. You are fearful for no reason or for something unclear. Until you realize, fear actually makes you think more clearly, and sometimes, it really is good to be afraid.


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You get through it despite the fear you get and somehow, you start doing things you love again, like drinking 3-5 cups of coffee a day, having a better lifestyle, making better things and decisions. These actions are despite the bad feelings you experience. When anxiety sparks, it's where your heart and mind doesnít agree with each other. You choose what to follow, Is it your HEART or your MIND? Now, Should you start pounding down more coffee? This decision may depend on your goals in life even if you find coffee addictive or your anxiety disorder is caffeine-induced. Most of the time, Coffee is associated with a benefit more than harm and drinking coffee is good for most people. It was also induced as a part of a healthy diet, according to The New York Times.


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Sometimes, Coffee may also help reduce anxiety, as it contains polyphenols, which are plant compounds that have antioxidant properties. Enhancing your diet with foods rich in antioxidants may help ease the symptoms of anxiety disorders. You should understand that anxiety isn't your fault, it's not about what you do, it's not about your choices and the decisions you make in your life, and in fact continuing what you do despite your experiences with an anxiety disorder, may be the first step to moving away from itís crippling effects on your life. The habit of negative thinking may not affect as much while you drink coffee or other things that may induce your anxiety. Although, Negative thinking is a habit that must be broken while dealing with anxiety, sometimes it may not go as we want to, but there are things that can distract us from it like talking to a loved one, thinking about things that may happen, or maybe just going outside and go somewhere you went last time.


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