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Best Answer skperdon says
That is about how far I have just made. I keep odd hours so my coffee intake is after 9PM. I usually sleep twice a day for 4 - 6hrs. I am wondering how coffee affects my circadian rhythm. Thank you for the thougts :-)
Lisa Vollrath says
Recently switched to tea being the main staple. I find it difficult with all the coffee ads popping up LOL. I do kinda' get a little push from coffee in the AM seeming to help. Or, I need more wake up time. My motor sputters instead of zoommmssss :-)
I will discover that I am sure when I too have my next cup. A hope is that one cup will be both a slight push and enough. Another experiment and study when the time comes LOL :-)
M. T. Dremer says
I think the social/mental thing is what fostered coffee to have an element of power. Wow! . . . I was a late coffee drinker too. It was my early twenties when I started. I couldn't stand the taste when young. Different today with a creamer.
Kenneth Avery says
Janis Leslie Evans says
I find more comfort with tea. Not sure if odd or not. I find tea to be more relaxing. I find coffee with reflection to be more let's go & as a reward for now is done. So, maybe coffee is a double edged sword for me, yet offers little time between
Jackie S says
Trudy Cooper says
Me too it seems with. I stopped for a week. I decided to cut it in half. Instead of being around all I am switching to water for that. A kick start in the morning now is the plan.
Miran Shuleta says
I see. That is probably a good thing. Plus, you don't have to be concerned with the many choices at a Starbucks and etc. Those are long lines at times :-)
I have gone for 4 days without coffee. I am making my shopping list and keep crossing it off. I think I will get the small can and try only in AM keeping to a cup. Or, forget it and keeping going without it. I dun'no . . .