Caffeine is known to increase the activity of your brain and central nervous system. It is a commonly present in coffees and teas. Most people drink coffee or tea to start their day and make them fully awake in the morning. Caffeine helps one improve his or her level of concentration and also boosts energy throughout the day.
Although caffeine can induce anxiety and insomnia, it is also known to be a form of relaxant that makes it addicting to drink. Drinking caffeine helps the brain release dopamine. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that is responsible on how we feel pleasure. In others words, it’s what we call a ‘feel-good’ hormone
There are different types of tea based on caffeine content. Teas are found that it can help with cancer, heart diseases and diabetes, but some studies also suggest that tea leaves contain more caffeine than coffee beans. Most popular or true teas are derived from the plant called Camellia Sinesis which contains caffeine. Some teas can also be derived from flowers, leaves, grains, etc., that may not even contain caffeine. But teas’ positive effects outweigh its negative effects (such as anxiety and sleep deprivation) as long as it is taken in moderation. It is proven to have more benefits than coffee. But is drinking caffeine enough for us just because it makes us feel good? Let’s take a further look on different types of teas, its caffeine content, and why it is more beneficial than coffees and other caffeinated drinks. And since Christmas is just around the corner, they’re also great as gifts to your families and friends, as well as great promo giveaways to corporations or organizations.
Studies suggest that it does not influence insulin during a fasting glucose, but made it significantly lower. Green tea must be the most healthy and oldest drink in the world. This contains about one-third the amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee.
It is widely popular among all teas and has the most caffeine containing about half the amount as a cup of coffee. Besides from the common benefits of tea, it provides like-reducing heart disease and can also help improve gut health. It claims to improve the gut bacteria by killing off harmful substances since it contains antimicrobial properties that also help repair the digestive tract.
Contains about one-third the amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee. This may help relieve symptoms of eczema due to the polyphenol antioxidants it contains. In addition, it also contains organic compounds that helps in reducing levels of oxidative stress. May not be the most popular among all teas, but equally as beneficial as Green Tea and Black Tea.
Let’s also take a look at some of more popular caffeine-free teas.
It is derived from a flower called Matriarca Chamomilla. It claims to help in relaxing our bodies and may help with people that has anxiety and insomnia. It is known to be a good bedtime beverage.
Studies suggest that it can help some digestive benefits. Peppermint leaves contain several essential oils including menthol, menthone and limonene. Some studies show that it also has antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Because of this, peppermint tea may fight clogged sinuses due to infections, the common cold and allergies
It helps in easing aches and pains associated with join pain due to its inflammatory properties. Jasmine Tea can help in regulating your overall health.
There’s no doubt that teas are the most known natural remedies that supports a healthy lifestyle. A very satisfying drink when you’re in work, school or just taking it easy at home - without thinking too much of the risk. However, drinking teas must be taken in moderation, anything that is taken in excess is also not good. Overall, tea is good to take once as a form of relaxation when you’re stressed at work and even prevent illnesses.
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