Module One Honors Assignment
does drinking caffeinated drinks at night make it harder to sleep?
- Increase alertness
- Reduce fine motor coordination
- Cause insomnia
- Cause headaches, nervousness and dizziness
It has also been known to result in:
- Rapid heartbeat
- Excessive urination
- Sleep disturbance
- A "caffeine crash" once the effects wear off
According to the 2001 Sleep in America poll, 43% of Americans are "very likely" to use caffeinated beverages to combat daytime sleepiness.
So, I've gathered information throughout my studies and came up with a conclusion.
Many observations from others say there are positive and negative affects.
My finally conclusion is that yes, it does affect your sleep. It's really unhealthy for you.
It settles in your stomach for hours at a time and can impact your bodily functions in a negative way.
It's always best to drink something like water before you go to bed and get plenty of rest so you don't need to consume coffee at all.
Well, that's my experiment. Hope everyone learns to stop drinking it permanently or just not as much!