The Shocking Effects of Caffeine On Mental Health


In this video clip, we’re mosting likely to have a look at the surprising impacts of high levels of caffeine on psychological health and wellness. We’re mosting likely to review just how high levels of caffeine can impact your state of mind, cognitive feature, and also rest. If you resemble most individuals, you most likely consume coffee to increase your power degrees. But is that actually an excellent suggestion? In this video clip, we’re mosting likely to review the adverse impacts of high levels of caffeine on psychological health and wellness and also just how to prevent them. We’ll likewise provide you ideas on just how to stabilize your high levels of caffeine consumption and also remain psychologically healthy and balanced. So make certain to see this video clip to read more regarding the surprising impacts of high levels of caffeine on your psychological health and wellness! Writer: Michal Mitchell Editor: Isadora Ho Script Manager: Kelly Soong Voice Over: Amanda Silvera ( Thumbnail Artist: TabaMations. Animator:Yoki YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong References:. Bruny é, T. T., Mahoney, C. R., Rapp, D. N., Ditman, T., & Taylor, H. A. (2012 ). Caffeine improves real-world language handling: Evidence from a checking job. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 18( 1 ), 95– 108. Hartney, E. (2021 ). Caffeine: Everything you have actually hesitated to ask.Verywell Mind Retrieved from Carey, P. (2022, April 7). Coffee and also OCD: Effects of high levels of caffeine onMental Health NOCD. Retrieved from Steven E. Meredith, Laura M. Juliano, John R. Hughes, and also Roland R. Griffiths.Caffeine Use Disorder: A Comprehensive Review and also Research Agenda.Journal of Caffeine Research.Sep 2013.114-130. Steven E. Meredith, Laura M. Juliano, John R. Hughes, and also Roland R. Griffiths.Caffeine Use Disorder: A Comprehensive Review and also Research Agenda.Journal ofCaffeine Research Mary Ann Liebert Inc. Publishers Sep 2013. Koran, L. M., Aboujaoude, E., & Gamel, N. N. (2009 ). Double- blind research study of dextroamphetamine versus high levels of caffeine enhancement for treatment-resistant obsessive-compulsive problem. The Journal of medical psychiatry, 70( 11 ), 1530– 1535. Gamel, N. N., Aboujaoude, E., & & Koran, L. M.( 2017).Dextro- amphetamine versus high levels of caffeine in treatment-resistant OCD – research study outcomes. Study Results – Retrieved October 6, 2022, from ct2/show/results/ NCT00363298?view= outcomes. Winston, A., Hardwick, E., & Jaberi, N. (2005 ). Neuropsychiatric impacts of high levels of caffeine. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 11( 6 ), 432-439. doi:10.1192/ suitable.11.6.432. Lee, M. A., Cameron, O. G., & Greden, J. F. (1985 ). Anxiety and also high levels of caffeine intake in individuals with stress and anxiety conditions. Psychiatry study, 15( 3 ), 211– 217. 85 )90078-2. British Medical Journal Publishing Group (2018, January 12). Coffee Consumption and also Health:


20 thoughts on “The Shocking Effects of Caffeine On Mental Health”

  1. Interesting, since I’m a high schooler that kinda lives on this stuff. I only drink about 1 and a half cups daily, Monday through Friday. Oddly enough, I get less sleep when I don’t drink coffee. It’s probably because I have a bit of a crash after school because all that caffeine had fizzled out. Great video, and I’ll remember tips given!

  2. Reminds meh when hads sum fiends wits party favors routines caffeine pills meh upper stimulants on haze meh condition allergen is theys booze but picky uppy ood habits o calming oot everyone rounds paranoia episodes still curious behaviors theys gits in dat mood mode whirrs whyss theys splity minds took sways dat ood direction woder wise theys even notice theys picking punch doon on themselves so much uncanny truely finds meh wanna gives them daze chances tooky various unsatisfactory reactions results yet on ago vee process itty not theres uncanny takes it err leaves it ground dirt sum sort pitys paces sum system couldn’t register till taps pal so then worse winner dat contests had falls oot hardcore vipeoot thnx tuggy dat line drag ooty learning means proper dosages measures tilty not standards others mishandling settings system sychage clueless cares intakes available much affection instincts impulses hypertensive status scope itty skitty ago phases daze baka knows nuffins patience wits whirrs bouts dat nya sojourneys

  3. Well I i have one cup of coffee in the morning. Black with something sweet like a cookie 🍪 but after this i drink water so I don’t get the jitters from caffeine. Little bit of dark chocolate 🍫 for a mood pick me up though the day. (dark chocolate has antidepressant affect on me at least) i have slight autism and ADHD. Do to this coffee has just right of caffeine and sugar mellow my mind giving my body energy. Water to boost the good affects. dark chocolate the right mood to start the day. And when I feel everything is aligned. I feel like those days I could fight God! (Good video by the way good video by the way join it.)

  4. Interestingly enough I have been taking note of the effects of caffeine on my body this year. I’ve always been an avid coffee drinker. It had gotten to the point where I could practically drink a cup and take a nap. Then, without warning….my body decided that caffeine in ANY dose was too much for my body to handle. I could drink one cup and I would be almost manic. Of course, I didn’t notice this at first, this has been an ongoing occurrence and again, I suspected something was off a while ago, but REALLY took some time this year and honed in on the problem. It seems that one cup of coffee is just too much for my body to handle anymore. Tea with a lower caffeine content doesn’t make me feel like i’m crawling out of my skin.

    It’s super important to evaluate these things at all junctures of our lives. Like I said…I LIVED on coffee. Hanging out in diner’s and drinking coffee until the sun came up…those were my highschool years. But now, I drink one cup and I’m set for the rest of the day and will probably have trouble sleeping. Know thyself.

  5. I’m 13 and I’ve been drinking caffeine since I was like 6 and my sleep is all messed some times I sleep great and other I don’t when I do sleep good it’s because I haven’t had much caffeine that day and the others I end up having to much caffeine, but my sleep and the physical drain are all that are my problems but this helps me understand I little bit of why I always feel drained and exhausted

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