Does coffee stunt your growth?!

Question: Does coffee stunt your growth?
Just wanted to know


No, coffee doesn't stunt your growth. But coffee does contain caffeine, which stimulates the central nervous system. For most people, a cup or two of coffee a day doesn't do any harm. But if you're drinking more — especially if you are getting caffeine from other sources, like soda — you may want to cut back. That's because high doses of caffeine can cause anxiety and dizziness, and may interfere with normal sleep.

If you decide to cut back or stop drinking coffee, do so gradually. Stopping suddenly can cause unpleasant symptoms such as headaches, irritability, and fatigue.

It's best to ask your doctor if you should stop or cut back on drinking coffee. Caffeine can cause problems for people who have heart problems or are taking certain medications. It may also trigger migraine headaches.

it actually doesnt stunt your growth! so drink up sweety!
it can cause a bit of axiousness and irritability due to the cafine intake though , so drink sparringly

it will make breath foul and causes a disfunction with the anti diuretic hormone's release into your brain , meaning you will release lots of water through either urination or diareah

So all of the california guys and girls you see drinking starbucks glamorously on a daily basis are most likely crapping their pants to the top with diareah

B.S. Chemistry

No, but too much can wire you. However, there are several benefits from drinking it, one being that it is part of your needed daily intake of 64 ounces of liquid. Go to any online medical site and they can give you the pros and cons of drinking coffee. The only time to limit coffee intake is when caffeine keeps you awake and you want/need to sleep and during pregnancy.

No, I drank some coffee & lots diet soda in high school & still grew to 5'7". I don't like the new energy drinks though because it is hard on your heart.

i believe that coffee doesn't stunt your growth but to much is bad for your body


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