People who want to change their morning coffee ritual are given hope by a new study.
According to a recent report in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal, a cup of decaffeinated coffee can reduce coffee drinkers’ caffeine withdrawal symptoms.
The researchers found that people didn’t experience withdrawal symptoms when they weren’t expecting it. According to the study, one of the biggest barriers is a concern over withdrawal symptoms, but previous research shows that only a small group of people will experience withdrawal symptoms after they quit.
According to previous research, headaches, feeling tired, and having a depressed mood are some of the symptoms.
After a person suddenly stops taking the drug, it takes about 12 to 24 hours for it to go away. If caffeine is reduced gradually, the symptoms can be reduced.