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  • 1. Caffeine addiction
    By Shianne M. and Mattie H.
  • 2. Caffeine: A stimulant found naturally in coffee beans, tea leaves, cocoa beans (chocolate) and kola nuts and medicines.
  • 3. General Information
    Even small amounts of caffeine can lead to high blood pressure. Some street names for caffeine are soda and coffee.
  • 4. Red bull
    This is what red
    Bull is made out of.
  • 5. The effects of using this drug
    The effects of using caffeine are …
    Dizziness
    nausea
    nervousness.
  • 6. Caffeine is harmful
    Caffeine can be harmful in many ways here are a few…
    depression
    elevated blood pressure
    wetting the bed
    diarrhea.
  • 7. How many people use caffeine.
    Well a lot of people cant have caffeine because they are allergic. About ¾ of America drink caffeinated drinks.
  • 8. Facts
    Darkly roasted coffee has less caffeine than lightly roasted.
    Over 450,000,000 cups of coffee are consumed in America everyday.
    Caffeine is can be found in 60 different plants
    10 grams of coffee is considered a lethal dose.
    Caffeine was first isolated from coffee in 1820.
  • 9. Our challenge to you
    We challenge you to only drink one caffeinated drink a week some caffeinated drinks are.
    Energy drinks
    Some pops
    Some drinks that don’t have caffeine are
    Juice
    And some sodas
  • 10. resources
    Withdrawal symptoms often include headaches, insomnia, nervousness, increased stress, and exhaustion just to name a few.
    http://www.overcaffeinated.org/caffeine-addiction.php
    Even small amounts of caffeine intake can raise blood pressure
    http://www.succeedingwithhypnosis.net/CaffeineAddiction.aspx
    Caffeine: A stimulant found naturally in coffee beans, tea leaves, cocoa beans (chocolate) and kola nuts (cola) and added to soft drinks, foods, and medicines
    Caffeine is considered the most commonly used psychoactive drug in the world. Approximately 80% of the world's population consumes it on a daily basis, and continuous research is being done on its health benefits and consequences.
    http://www.medicinenet.com/caffeine/article.htm
    Believe it or not, humans have been using caffeine since the Stone Age
    http://www.mycaffeineaddiction.com/