I've never drank coffee really, I just prefer non-caffeinated drinks.
Some people may avoid caffeinated drinks for health reasons, it can keep us awake for one thing and insomnia is bad for us. Not getting enough sleep means the body doesn't regenerate properly, at first it manifests itself as irritability and moodiness, but in the long term it can reduce life expectancy.
It's probably best that people avoid drinking caffeinated drinks before bed. Unless you do night shift work hours, during the morning when you wake up is the best time for it because this is when the body needs to be energized and active for your everyday tasks, that is of course if you're making sure to consume enough fluids and electrolytes.
I posted a link mentioning that there is a misconception about tea and coffee leading to dehydration, while it is true caffeine is a diuretic, the reality is the water is being replaced by the water that is already in the tea and coffee that people drink, and milk contains electrolytes, so it's not that simple. That doesn't necessarily mean caffeine is good for you though and it's probably a good idea to avoid it during the summer when you're losing a lot more water and salt by sweating.
I drink coffee all the time, twice a day on average. Probably not the best idea, but I do not have any health problems right now, so I can't help myself.
That's probably about my average tea consumption per day, if I am not drinking any other caffeinated drink. I never kept track of it but I do recall several instances of drinking two to three cups of tea per day. Sometimes when I am gaming or using social media or these forums, I have a tendency to use more than one cup when I can't be bothered to bring the others down until the end of the day to wash them. That's how I know, and I end up piling two or three cups in my bedroom each day when this happens. I also drink tea with soy milk, and stevia to sweeten them.
These are big ones, I'd actually say they were mugs because of their size.
I only fill them up half way though, mainly because I don't like spilling them.
i started brewing it with just boiling water myself for a few months now,
otherwise i drink coffee before going to studying/university every morning, before workout, when with friends and out somewhere
Yes. Copious amounts. French press, espresso, drip, clover, aeropress, sunlight-brewed, iced, blended, alcoholized. If it is coffee, and it fits in my mouth, I am likely to drink it.
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