Coffee lovers beware – what would you look like if you didn’t give up caffeine?
If you like caffeinated beverages, then maybe it’s time to take a look.
Before and after sharing disturbing photos to show how much natural stimulation affects the skin and it is enough for anyone to give up their daily coffee well.
The built-in photos show a man named ‘Steve’, who is about 40 years old, and what he would look like if he drank too much caffeine.
In the first photo, he is smiling with shiny, clean skin.
However, in the later photo, Steve’s face has changed from the aging and gray of his skin, with one eye suffering from glaucoma, blurred vision and dark spots under both eyes.
Aside from the physical effects, living around them is also a nightmare – constantly suffering from irritability and hallucinations.
Okay, so Steve is not real but the side effects are very real for those who consume caffeinated beverages like coffee, tea, soft and energy drinks and other popular items like coffee.
These images were made by Lancaster, an eye health company that specializes in studying how stimuli affect the human body, one in five people a day. Or more than a cup of coffee.
Research has shown that one in five (18%) people admit that caffeine causes them anxiety, and that an increase in diet can increase stress levels.
Caffeine stimulates the release of adrenaline, which can lead to an increase in energy levels. However, drinking too much can make us feel nervous, anxious and irritable.
Meanwhile, one-third of participants said that caffeine makes it difficult for them to sleep at night, with research showing that it can stay in the body’s system for up to nine hours and cause insomnia.
Symptoms include dry eyes, irritability and difficulty concentrating.
On the physical side, 26% of study participants said that caffeine increased their heart rate.
It can cause high blood pressure, which can lead to glowing face, irregular heartbeat, severe headaches and vision problems.
People who consume a lot of caffeine have a higher risk of heart attack or stroke.
High blood pressure can damage the blood vessels in your eyes, leading to eye problems such as retinopathy (bad retina that causes blurred vision, bleeding in the eye, and even complete loss of vision). May be).
You may also experience nerve damage to the eye, which can lead to further vision problems, as well as choroidopathy (fluid accumulation under the retina).
Like Steve, you have a higher risk of glaucoma, which if left untreated can lead to blindness.
Furthermore, research has shown that 49% of Britons cannot start their day without a cup of caffeine.
On average, research found that people drank three cups of coffee a day, three cups of tea, one energy drink, and two soft drinks, such as caffeinated beverages – more than the recommended amount.
For reference, the Mayo Clinic states that up to 400 mg (mg) of caffeine daily is “safe for most healthy adults.”
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