Does coffee really create anxiety?
One common item that people claim causes anxiety is coffee. Is Coffee Triggering Anxiety? Coffee can lead to a feeling of being jittery and an increased heart rate. On its own, it does not create anxiety, but if you already have anxiety it can make symptoms worse.
Does coffee help or hurt your anxiety?
The caffeine in coffee can help you focus and be more productive and, in so doing, may help decrease your feelings of anxiety. When people feel overwhelmed they often become anxious. This anxiety can cause reduced productivity in daily activities, such as studying for an exam or performance at work.
Does caffeine worsen anxiety?
There is an association between the overuse of caffeine and anxiety. The effects of having too much caffeine can mimic symptoms of, or worsen anxiety. People who experience caffeine-induced anxiety should avoid or reduce their consumption of caffeine.
How does coffee increase anxiety?
- depressed mood
- difficulty concentrating
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