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Does coffee dry you out?

  1. No, your body no longer loses fluid when you drink coffee. Coffee supplies your body with moisture just like other drinks. The caffeine in the coffee ensures that moisture leaves your body faster, because it stimulates the kidneys. So you do not dry out from coffee. Too much caffeine can have other harmful effects on your body.

How many cups of coffee can I have in a day?

  1. How sensitive someone is to the caffeine in coffee varies from person to person, but healthy adults can get an average of about 400 milligrams of caffeine per day without causing any problems. That equates to about 4 cups of coffee. If you drink too much coffee or energy drinks, you can get symptoms such as headaches, sleeping problems, anxiety or restlessness.

Are children allowed to drink coffee?

  1. Children under the age of 13 should not take any coffee or energy drinks at all because they contain a lot of caffeine. Young people between the ages of 13 and 18 are advised not to take more than 1 cup of coffee or can of energy drink per day. Pregnant and breastfeeding women are advised not to consume too much caffeine. They should not take a coffee or an energy drink, or at most once a day.

  1. Does coffee help when you are drunk? Coffee does not break down the alcohol in your blood more quickly. It can dissipate the feeling of fatigue and make you more alert.

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