How Quitting Caffeine Changed My Life [& Can Change Yours] 


I’ve been an avid coffee drinker for many years. I simply enjoy the smell of coffee in the morning and the taste of it. Just over a year ago, I quit  drinking coffee.

Since I’ve decided to give up caffeine, my life has changed for the better. The benefits of quitting caffeine and the benefits of quitting coffee  are amazing.

Caffeine can make you feel restless, it can cause nausea, dehydration, and even a dependence on caffeine.

The moment you stop drinking coffee, your body stops getting the adrenaline and dopamine hit that it was experiencing when you drank coffee.

The preferred method by many is to quit their coffee or caffeine habit cold turkey. This means you quit suddenly and abruptly.

The coffee withdrawal begins when the last caffeine leaves your blood, which is generally 12 to 24 hours after your last cup  of coffee.

I’m not saying quitting caffeine is the cure to everything in life. I’m saying that caffeine could contribute or enhance certain responses and reactions in your everyday life.