Addictions

Oral presentation #2

Romain Sylvian
Summary
1. Description

2. Causes

3. Symptoms and side effects

4. Treatments
History
• 13th century : cultivated by
Arabs.


• 17th century : cultivated by
Europeans.


• 18th century : reached the N...
Coffee Today
• Drinked by 130 M Americans
every day.


• 2.25 billion cups of coffee

consumed worldwide / day.


• 2nd mo...
Caffeine, how does it works?
• 1) Adenosine made you sleepy.
Caffeine, how does it works?
• 1) Adenosine made you sleepy.

• 2) Caffeine blocks adenosine
receptors.
Caffeine, how does it works?
• 1) Adenosine made you sleepy.

• 2) Caffeine blocks adenosine
receptors.


• 3) Pituitary g...
Causes
How and Why?
Some facts
Some facts

=

Physical dependence
Some facts

=

Physical dependence

=

addict
Caffeine is everywhere
Caffeine is everywhere
Tolerance
• For heavy coffee and energy
drink consumers.
Why becoming an addict?
• Coffee culture.

• Professional and familial factors.

• No genetic factors.
Symptoms and side effects
What are the signs? 

What are the effects ?
6 signs of caffeine addiction.

• Headache

• Lethargy

• Depression

• Nausea

• Vomiting

• Muscle pain
Health effect of caffeine

Positive and negative.
Treatments
Natural ways to cure.

Medical assistance.

Withdrawal process.
Natural way to cure
• Fruits juices.

• Sport.

• Caffeine-free replacements.
Medical assistance
• No treatments center.

• Help for caffeine intoxication.
Withdrawal process.
• Sleepiness

• Irritability

• Insomnia

• Quick process : 9 days in
average.
Sources
•

Crawford, J. (1852). History of coffee. Journal of the Statistical Society of London, 15(1),
50-58. Print

•

A...
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Addiction - Oral presentation #2

  1. 1. Addictions Oral presentation #2 Romain Sylvian
  2. 2. Summary 1. Description 2. Causes 3. Symptoms and side effects 4. Treatments
  3. 3. History • 13th century : cultivated by Arabs. • 17th century : cultivated by Europeans. • 18th century : reached the New World.
  4. 4. Coffee Today • Drinked by 130 M Americans every day. • 2.25 billion cups of coffee consumed worldwide / day. • 2nd most traded commodities before oil. • A $30 billion industry just in US.
  5. 5. Caffeine, how does it works? • 1) Adenosine made you sleepy.
  6. 6. Caffeine, how does it works? • 1) Adenosine made you sleepy. • 2) Caffeine blocks adenosine receptors.
  7. 7. Caffeine, how does it works? • 1) Adenosine made you sleepy. • 2) Caffeine blocks adenosine receptors. • 3) Pituitary gland produce adrenaline.
  8. 8. Causes How and Why?
  9. 9. Some facts
  10. 10. Some facts = Physical dependence
  11. 11. Some facts = Physical dependence = addict
  12. 12. Caffeine is everywhere
  13. 13. Caffeine is everywhere
  14. 14. Tolerance • For heavy coffee and energy drink consumers.
  15. 15. Why becoming an addict? • Coffee culture. • Professional and familial factors. • No genetic factors.
  16. 16. Symptoms and side effects What are the signs? What are the effects ?
  17. 17. 6 signs of caffeine addiction. • Headache • Lethargy • Depression • Nausea • Vomiting • Muscle pain
  18. 18. Health effect of caffeine Positive and negative.
  19. 19. Treatments Natural ways to cure. Medical assistance. Withdrawal process.
  20. 20. Natural way to cure • Fruits juices. • Sport. • Caffeine-free replacements.
  21. 21. Medical assistance • No treatments center. • Help for caffeine intoxication.
  22. 22. Withdrawal process. • Sleepiness • Irritability • Insomnia • Quick process : 9 days in average.
  23. 23. Sources • Crawford, J. (1852). History of coffee. Journal of the Statistical Society of London, 15(1), 50-58. Print • Anonymous, . (2012). Signs of caffeine addiction. U.S. News & World Report, 1. • Rivers, A. (2012, July 16). Caffeine Overdose. Healthline. Retrieved November 18, 2013, http://www.healthline.com/health/caffeine-overdose • Pohler, H. (2010). Caffeine intoxication and addiction. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 6(1), 49-52.

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