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Caffeine Awareness

Caffeine is consumed by most of us on a daily basis. Sometimes we ingest it without even realizing it because approximately 60 different plants contain caffeine.

How Much Caffeine Are We Consuming?

Furthermore, the FDA does not require the amount of caffeine in a product to be listed. Most experts suggest the safe daily consumption level of caffeine to be 400mg or the equivalent of 10 cans of soda, 5 cups of coffee, or 2 energy drinks.

Alternatives To Caffeine

But caffeine isn’t always the answer. Brisk walking, running, or other forms of exercise can also perk you up as they release chemicals that lift both your mood and increase energy.

We aren’t saying you should cut caffeine out of your diet. In fact, it has many benefits. But it can also become very addictive and has the potential to cause life-threatening conditions. Caffeine has been known to cause headaches, anxiety and panic attacks, and an increase in blood pressure and heart rate. It can also lead to heart palpitations, disrupted sleep, and an increased risk for osteoporosis.

How Much Is Too Much?

If you feel you’ve over-indulged and begin to feel

  • Severe chest pain
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Severe headaches accompanied by blurred vision and confusion
  • Seizures or tremors
  • Shortness of breath
  • Or Severe anxiety

A trip to the Emergency Room is a good idea to be checked out.

We’re Here For You

Here at Elitecare 24 Hour Emergency Room, we are staffed with real board-certified physicians and are able to offer the same medical expertise as a traditional hospital emergency room without the annoyingly long wait times and with a level of VIP service, you will not experience anywhere else.

While we always hope that we will never have to see you, rest assured knowing that if you do, we will be here 24/7.

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Caffeine, Chest Pain, Seizures or Tremors, Vision Changes
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