MY LONG TERM RELATIONSHIP WITH COFFEE
My relationship with Coffee is an intimate one. For me, it is the perfect and healthy ‘pick me up’ when I’m having a moment, so, I can’t relate when I hear someone say they don’t like coffee.
Coffee has been a part of the human diet for more than 1,000 years. Why won’t you want to try that? Moreover, coffee is good for the heart, skin and brain. A cup of coffee in hand protects you from heart diseases, also, it is said to lead to a longer life. I will share with you reasons why you should wake up to the smell of coffee.
The aroma of coffee relieves stress:
The aroma of coffee relieves stress associated with sleep deprivation. A study carried out in Seoul university found that coffee sniffing has a healthful antioxidant properties known to protect nerve cells from stress-related damage.
Coffee is good for your liver:
Drinking coffee reduces the risk of of developing the liver disease – alcoholic cirrhosis. High intake of alcohol leads to cirrhosis. Arthur L. Klatsky in an interview with The Jama Network Journals said “Consuming coffee seems to have some protective benefits against alcoholic cirrhosis, and the more coffee a person consumes the less risk they seem to have of being hospitalised or dying of alcoholic cirrhosis.”
Coffee is a form of antidepressant:
Coffee acts as a mild antidepressant, it aids the production of neurotransmitters such as serotonin, dopamine and noradrenaline in the body. If you going through a tough time at the moment you might want to grab a cup of coffee
Coffee makes you intelligent:
Micheal Lemonick shares with time magazine that “When you’re sleep-deprived and you take caffeine, pretty much anything you measure will improve: reaction time, vigilance, attention, logical reasoning — most of the complex functions you associate with intelligence.”
A coffee a day keeps you in check!