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kenju

Back in the 70's, we gave up caffeine because of mr. kenju's high BP. I slept/had a headache for 2 weeks. It was horrible.

About 2 months ago, I started drinking either several cups of half-caff or a diet coke every day. It keeps me energetic enough to do what has to be done!!

chlost

I sometimes think I don't get much from the caffeine, but when I drink too much, I can feel it. I get a migraine. If I don't have my coffee, I get a headache. So, I guess it does affect me. I take a medicine which makes me sleepy, and I think it counteracts that.

Tara R.

Whenever I tried drinking coffee in college to help me stay awake the opposite happened. I would fall asleep within minutes. I even drink decaf sodas, but will get a horrible headache if I drink a soda with caffeine. The funny thing is that OTC migraine meds, like Excedrin, are about a third caffeine. Whodda thunk?

Isabel

Baah, phooey! Why try to wreck that lovely morning cuppa with alot of silly tests! What do scientists know? (I used to be one) Besides, too many variables.
Ya gotta have clones of humans before doing such a test. Morning coffee rules, especially with toast with butter melted onto it.

Hattie

I wonder if these little comforts are actually so unimportant. Try doing without them!
I've been drinking coffee since I was 5 (!) My mother mixed a little coffee into my milk, to make me drink the milk. I still drink my coffee with a lot of milk.

Maria

In my family, we have what is fondly called "the coffee whine". It begins low on the first syllable of coffee and rises to an extended whine on the last syllable. All members of the family are capable of this as they approach the kitchen first thing in the morning.

Just wait a few weeks and a new and better to our liking report will come out. That is my new philosphy on health-related subjects. LOL

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