Coffee Makes You Happy

Coffee Makes You Happy

Drinking coffee regularly has several benefits, so if it is your choice of beverage purely for the taste, then unknowingly your favorite sip is also a cup of good health for you. Here’s how:

Coffee reduces your risk of developing Parkinson’s disease: Those who drink about 3 cups of coffee in a day aren’t as likely to develop Parkinson’s disease in later life as non-coffee drinkers.

Coffee reduces the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease: If you drink about three to five cups of coffee a day, you reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease in later life. If, however, you drink about two cups of coffee a day, you significantly reduce the risk of developing dementia along with Alzheimer’s disease.

Coffee reduces your risk of cancers: A high consumption of coffee per day reduces your chances of developing cancers of the mouth, esophagus and pharynx.

Coffee minimizes the ill-effects of liver damage: Coffee provides your liver with protection necessary if you’re a big alcoholic, thus also reducing your chances of developing cirrhosis of the liver. It also reduces the risk of one developing hepatocellular carcinoma, which is a basic liver cancer that is seen in patients suffering from cirrhosis.

Coffee protects one from cardiovascular disease: Coffee is responsible for reducing the chances of one suffering from cardiovascular disease.

Coffee cuts your risk of gallstone disease: To reduce the incidence of developing gallbladder disease and gallstones in men and women, it’s necessary to be a heavy drinker of decaffeinated coffee.

Coffee prevents the formation of dental cavities: The presence of tannins in coffee serve to reduce the cancer-spreading potential that some foods have and so reduce the formation of dental plaque which leads to the formation of cavities.

Improves your short-term memory: If coffee sharpens your brain, what’s stopping you from having just another cuppa? In fact, die-hard coffee drinkers have proved to have the functions of faster short-term memory than others.

Helps you fight free radicals: By helping you fight free radicals, coffee increases the amount of antioxidants in your body, which would otherwise damage the cells all over your body.

Helps relieve the pain of headaches and migraine: The caffeine content of coffee helps in managing the pain of headaches and migraine.

Reduces the risk of diabetes: By drinking high amounts of coffee regularly, the risk of developing diabetes mellitus type 2 is reduced by 50%.

Improves mental performance: Those who drink coffee regularly perform better on all tests of memory and reasoning than non-coffee drinkers. If you drink coffee all your life, in old age you perform better on cognitive tests and any activity associated with the mind or memory.

Makes you happy: Coffee also contains dopamine which enters the bloodstream every time you drink coffee. It is responsible for keeping one happy, but only if you limit your number of cups of coffee to about two. Any more will increase your risk for anxiety. So, be careful with your coffee. Life Health

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