Everyone understands a sluggish morning. The alarm went off too soon and your bed seems more desirable than whatever else is planned for the day. You wonder whether or not you can actually get through the day without a bit of a pick-me-up, but you have no time to wait for your coffee to cool enough to drink it, so you grab an energy drink for some instant gratification. Right after that drink enters your body, the caffeine and sugars start to do their jobs. Your heart rate increases, your blood thickens, and your blood pressure spikes. An efficient pick-me-up… Read the full article at Ricochet Science
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