By now we are sure that you will have heard a lot about coffee by now – and you will have heard about the health benefits that are attributed to coffee; it can be great for your heart and eyes, it can improve your circulation and it can even help you to lose weight. For many people, the idea of starting off their day without drinking a cup of coffee is an impossible one – and they just can’t get going without their daily cup. And this is great: Coffee can give you the pick up you need to get your day started and to get through it until the end. But what happens if you drink too much? It’s a good thing in moderation, but if you drink too much of a good thing we know that it will become unhealthy for you instead. Here are the withdrawal symptoms of caffeine.
Once you find that you are experiencing the symptoms of caffeine withdrawal, the first thing that you should do is to stop drinking as much coffee – and the next thing that you will have to do is detox your body by drinking a lot of water and switching to a healthy diet so that you can get rid of the toxins that you have built up in your system over time.
One of the first symptoms that you are suddenly withdrawing from caffeine is severe dehydration, and you will notice this in your body by the fact that you are feeling thirsty all of a sudden – and it might also come with some other accompanying symptoms including a headache and inexplicable pain between your eyes. The best cure for dehydration is simply to consume fluids, though in extreme cases you will want to supplement this with some electrolytes as well.