Yea but i doubt the 3 cups of coffee are the main reason for her problem as much as the rest of her dietInteresting, my mom has alot of issues with her joints and spine. Her drinking 3 coffees before leaving the house in the morning and atleast the same amount the rest of the day might have something to do with it ... and all the cigarettes perhaps and cooking with vegetable oils ...
Have you found a way to make coffee work? I suspect something similar is going on with myself.Same here. I found connection between my coffee consumption and neck/spine pain.
I stopped coffee and in a month I felt considerably better. Also my allergy(runny nose) disappered. And cholestrol dropped from 210 to 180 which makes me feel safer healthwise.
But coffee is so addictive and helps with digestion...impossible to quit completely
Do you think the headaches might be caused by low thyroid, in addition to the sluggish liver?It cures my headaches so well, I just can't quit.
And for those saying headaches are the withdrawal phase, I quit coffee for 5 full years between 2016 and 2021.
I couldn't tolerate the headaches anymore, which are due to a sluggish liver.
Coffee perfectly solves that.
Sounds about probable"The findings imply that caffeine increases skeletal muscle contraction and suggests it exerts the effect through increasing calcium ion release."
"A dose dependent increase in skeletal muscle contraction (25.25±0.48, 49.00 ±1.23, 52.38±2.58, 59.25±1.11 and 68.50±0.87 mV; p<0.05) was observed on administration of increasing doses (5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 mg/mL, respectively) of caffeine respectively. While a significant reduction (0.90±0.04 mV) and increase (77.50±1.56 mV) in strength of contraction was observed on administration of nifedipine and calcium gluconate respectively. Administration of magnesium chloride caused a significant decrease in the strength of contraction (28.25±5.01) as compared to control."
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