Coffee In The Modern Age
If you have read my story or any of the Addictive Mind Blog, then you know I have struggled with addiction. I was specifically addicted to alcohol, nicotine and caffeine. I am a dopamine junkie. I wrote a blog about Dopamine In The Modern Age.
I stopped drinking and smoking more than eleven years ago. The one thing I've held onto is coffee. It doesn't destroy the body like alcohol or cigarettes. In fact, coffee has some health benefits. Mental alertness, anti-oxidants, even weight loss effects. So many health guys promote and sell coffee. Its effects are often felt right away. Let's face it, coffee is a drug and any bio-hacker who can sell a drug is going to make money. I love coffee, always have. I loved it most with a cigarette. Over the years I have gone off coffee and then slowly got back on. I'm not saying coffee is bad but I will say it is bad for me. I am currently 4 days off coffee and I have a bad headache. I did not want to get up this morning and my motivation was way down. Classic withdrawal symptoms. This time I quit because I was having severe anxiety in the mornings. I was having to eat a lot to offset the caffeine. My sleep last night was very deep and restorative. Anyone with anxiety or sleep issues should strongly consider going off coffee. It can fry you out.
Another reason I went off coffee is because it reduces blood flow to the brain. This is of particular concern to me in the modern tech age. Anything that constricts can cause serious issues to health. We are now surrounded by frequencies from tech that cause brain and heart issues since they are the most mitochondria-dense organs in the body. Any constriction of blood flow can lead to big problems especially if you know that 5G and other powerful Unnatural frequencies alters the size & expression of proteins in the body.
In the modern age, things that where ok in the past are no longer ok. Neurological blood flow reductions will have a much worse effect. Also, if you're adding a bunch of sugar or sweeteners to your coffee I would really encourage you to reconsider as the blood flow reduction along with the effects of sugar can be a very bad combination.
The anxiety piece of the puzzle is huge. Our cells are being bombarded with unnatural frequencies from every angle and this puts them under a massive amount of stress. Tech and wifi is dissonant to the body's natural harmonics. Increased frequency stress paired with the stimulation effects of coffee often push a person over the edge from alert to anxious. This was certainly the case for me.
I'm surprised at how much my sleep has been affected. I sleep really well with my Magnetico but my dreams have been much more vivid since I quit coffee. Our society has lost the ability to sleep. People use melatonin, THC, sleep aid drugs, alcohol and all kinds of other chemicals to try and help the brain engage its sleep state. Our society also drinks a ton of coffee. A poor nights sleep makes you want coffee to help wake you up which can then cause a poor nights sleep. It's a vicious cycle. If you have trouble sleeping try to go caffeine0free for a month and see what happens. It won't be easy at first.
I do intermittent fasting on and off and I found the coffee (which was once a great tool) became a real issue as I would get jittery without food to offset the caffeine. The stimulating effects of coffee can help with weight loss but for me I need less food and in turn cut excess weight without it.
Coffee increases dopamine. This chemical dopamine release can cause issues with conceptual dopamine from good ideas or accomplishing tasks. As a dopamine addict, I love to be in a dopamine state which is why I need to stop the coffee so my dopamine levels can re-balance. Unfortunately, many who are onto how blue light effects dopamine are also coffee pushers. If you struggle with depression and are trying to boost serotonin, reducing spiked dopamine is key.
I don't think coffee is bad but I will say that some of the effects are bad especially as a dopamine-dominant person. Like most things the people who love coffee should have less and the people who have no interest in it may benefit from a cup. If sleep, anxiety, or heart & brain issues are of concern, you may want to give up the coffee or cycle it one day a week.
There is lots to learn as time goes on and the effects of coffee and other drugs becomes more severe. If you haven't made it a priority to break from all drugs to establish a baseline, I highly recommend it. The environment is changing fast, and we ought to change with it if we want to maintain our health and well-being.
Final thought: consider replacing coffee with cacao. It has some caffeine, but is very high in PQQ and Magnesium which supports your mitochondria.
It has now been several days and I'm still off coffee. I have had really bad headaches. My sleep has been much deeper and I'm far less anxious.
It is clear that coffee in a 5G wifi world is bad news. Neuro dehydration, reduced blood flow and increased anxiety on the body. All in combination with the same affects of wifi would lead me to believe that coffee is one of those things that was ok and is gone. If the goal is to prevent Wifi induced heart attacks and strokes then coffee has to go,. Not to mention the dopamine effects. all bad. I'm done with any bullet proof or other bio hacker health types pushing this when the problems are so great in the modern world. I'll keep you posted.
5/28/2019 03:41:05 pm
I'm all about that #yerba
5/30/2019 06:22:43 pm
Is this coming from sources other than Jack Kruse? Hes really the only person ive heard say this so far
6/1/2019 05:43:24 pm
Hello, Thanks so much for the comments. I'm hoping for more interaction as time goes on.
6/3/2019 01:17:35 pm
6/10/2019 10:34:17 am
Thanks so much Alicia
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