Drinking too much coffee for a long period of time can cause a person to feel sleepy because the adrenal glands become exhausted, according to Natural News. Constant consumption of coffee puts the body in fight-or-flight... More »

While the old adage that coffee stunts growth is not true, coffee, or rather the caffeine it contains, does have many effects on the human body's central nervous system, according to TeensHealth. Excessive caffeine consu... More »

Encourage sleepiness and a good night's sleep by exercising, avoiding caffeine, promoting a healthy circadian rhythm, establishing a bedtime routine and creating a restful environment. These healthy habits are known as s... More »

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Eating coffee grounds is not bad for an individual's health, according to Sandeep Godiyal for Natural News. In fact, coffee grounds are very high in antioxidants and nutrients, even when they are used to make coffee. More »

Brew coffee by cleaning the coffee-making equipment, purchasing fresh roasted beans, grinding the beans, adding filtered water and brewing the coffee to the right temperature for the right amount of time. This takes up t... More »

A person who makes coffee is referred to as a barista. The word comes from the Italian word for bartender, and it refers to the fact that the person making the coffee is usually behind a bar. In Italy, a barista may serv... More »

Drinking decaffeinated coffee could increase a person's risk of heart disease. A study of a group of people who drank six cups of decaf coffee a day showed an 18 percent increase of fatty acids in the blood, which can le... More »

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