Doctors Give Wake-up Call On Dark Side Of Caffeine
Local Australia News
Caffeine is creeping into our diets at an alarming rate with the number of cafes and energy drink sales ballooning in a decade, a consultation paper prepared for the Australian and New Zealand governments shows.
Caffeine reduces oxidative stress, improves oxygen-induced lung injury
Caffeine may protect the lungs from damage caused by prolonged oxygen therapy, such as oxygen supplementation given to premature babies, new research suggests. The article is the first of its kind to study the positive effects of caffeine on the lungs’ minute tissue structures. Ref. Source 9v.
Long-term caffeine worsens anxiety symptoms and fear of the new associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists provide evidence that a long-term consumption of caffeine has negative effects for Alzheimer’s disease, worsening the neuropsychiatric symptoms appearing in the majority of those affected by the disorder. Source 4y.