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Why you shouldn’t rely on caffeine at work

You know what it’s like during a typical day in the office. No one really speaks to each other until the kettle has gone on for the first time and then there are constant tea rounds going on for the rest of the day to keep everyone alert and fuelled up.

We’ve come to rely on caffeine, but when we’re in the workplace it’s not the best idea. In fact, it can actually make you feel worse.

Here are the top 3 reasons why you should avoid caffeine in the workplace.

1. It affects your sleep

Caffeine is great at keeping you awake by suppressing the sleep hormones in your brain. In low doses, this works great as small boosts to get you through the day.

However, if you have a lot of caffeine, this can start to interfere with your sleep, meaning you get less amount of sleep during the night.

This means that the following day, you might find yourself too tired and drowsy to perform at your best which causes you to reach for a coffee – a vicious cycle.

2. It can heighten anxiety

If you’re prone to anxiety, caffeine can actually help aggravate these symptoms and make you feel worse. In some cases, it can also lead to anxiety attacks as described on

So, if you work in a high-stress environment, caffeine might be the last thing you need to feel better.

3. Withdrawal symptoms are real

If you’re used to having a lot of caffeine, cutting back can create a range of withdrawal symptoms.

This includes a headache, tiredness, lack of energy and a low mood. In some extreme cases, it can also bring about flu-like symptoms.

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