The Side Effects of Caffeine
Excecutive summary about the side effects of caffeine By Gerald Fitz
Caffeine is a white crystalline xanthine alkaloid stimulant drug that acts as a stimulant drug. Caffeine is found in different quantities within leaves, beans, and even some fruit. Occasionally you can find caffeine as a source from the kola nut, guarana berries, Yaupon Holly, and yerba mate.
There is great debate regarding the pros and cons to caffeine, as well as it's effects on the body. For starters caffeine is first and foremost a central nervous stimulant. Some of the most popular drinks that contain caffeine are tea, coffee, energy drinks, and even the common soft drinks. Statistics show that more than 90% of North American adults consume caffeine on a daily basis.
Caffeinated drinks are also very popular among this group. When the blood flow is restricted muscle growth is stunted. Caffeinated muscle builders have been shown to reduce the benefits of different creatines and NO2 by constricting blood vessels.
Cause Of Infertility Due To Caffeine Side Effects?
Excecutive summary about cause of infertility due to caffeine side effects By Kirsten Whittaker
The findings come from a study of mouse fallopian tubes, where caffeine was seen to interfere with the muscle contractions that move the egg from the ovaries up through the fallopian tubes, finally entering the uterus. Doctors have long recognized that women who have a high caffeine intake do take a more prolonged period to conceive compared to those who don't take in caffeine.
Both the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) consider a moderate intake to be safe - 200 mg to 300 mg per day.
If you're dealing with infertility now, cutting the amount of caffeine you take in might help, and there's good evidence that cutting your caffeine intake ups your chance of success using assisted reproductive techniques.
Try to keep caffeine intake to the four most common sources, coffee, tea, cocoa and cola. The findings on caffeine side effects as a cause of fertility might just help give doctors an increased understanding of this complex process, as well as come simple suggestions that could help.