The review also concluded that healthy pregnant women can consume up to’ 300 ‘milligrams of caffeine daily, an amount that is generally not associated with adverse reproductive and developmental effects, though the “American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists” cautions pregnant women to get less caffeine to 200 milligrams regularly.
Researchers also pointed that kids and adolescents not exceed an intake of ‘2.5 ‘milligrams of caffeine per kilogram of body weight daily, because they state that the available literature for these groups was weak. For a child weighing ’55’ pounds this translates to a daily limit of ‘62.5’ milligrams of caffeine.
When your daily fix becomes a ‘problem’
Research shows that most Americans use less than the everyday ‘ 400’-milligram limit, and stronger effects of too much caffeine are typically had at much higher doses. Still, too much is any amount that launched to gastrointestinal problems,hard in sleeping, nervousness, irregular heartbeat or excessive urination, Sweeney said.
As caffeine can affect and accelerate one’s heart rate, it leads to a problem for those with an existing heart condition, according to “Dr. Vince Bufalino”‘, a spokesman for the American Heart Association and senior vice president and senior medical director of Cardiology-AMG, Advocate Health Care, in Naperville, Illinois’.
Other research points to the fact that caffeine may indirectly harm if its consumption provokes other unhealthy habits, as if you drink coffee it may promotes doughnut eating or cigarette smoking, or ifenergy drink consumption promotes alcohol intake.
For some people, the idea of dependency in and of itself as along with its associated signs of withdrawal,it can be enough of a reason to cut back.