why is caffeine bad for you?!

Question: Why is caffeine bad for you?

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Some people think it stresses the heart and other body systems, while other people disagree. Many medical opinions exist on the subject, you talk to medical doctors for the best opinion

its NOT completely bad. There are some benefits too. For example it aids in digestion as it increases metabolism. Also it helps asthma patients breathe easier because it opens up the airways. Also prevents parkinson's disease. Scientists are finding benefits of caffeine now. However, it is only bad if taken in excess. In moderation it is good for health. Up to 300 mg per day is good. Beyond 300 mg per day is bad.

Caffeine isn't bad for you. Caffeine is a stimulant. Like everything else, however, too much caffeine will get you feeling tense and won't allow you to relax.

So, like everything else, take it in moderation.


Nah but seriously i've heard it can ruin your sleeping patterns and stuff.
Just google it to get better answers from experts

Caffeine is a alkaloid found in tea and coffee. It is a central nervous system stimulant and a diuretic, so it will make you urinate and will speed up your heart rate. and your blood pressure could change and not for the best

nurse HH

caffeine isn't necessarily bad for you, if you have too much of it it thins your blood out, just like anything if you have too much of anything it's bad for you.

It's a stimulant (drug), stunts growth, and can be addictive.

Because it dehydrates you and strains your heart.
Although Dr. Oz says it's ok to drink 2 cups a day.

Causes heart to race...I get a headache if I don't get it so it can b addictive

Stunts your growth

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