Caffeine is the most widely consumed psychoactive substance in the western world. In addition to being a CNS stimulant, it has a variety of peripheral effects relating to muscle contraction, diuresis, gastric secretion, and lipolysis.
The average US citizen consumes 206 mg of caffeine daily (the equivalent of about two cups of coffee), and 10% of the adult population ingests more than 1000 mg of caffeine daily. Despite this, there are many significant gaps in our understanding of the effects caffeine has on various systems.
This article will explore the application caffeine has for the athlete, as well as a myriad of other effects of caffeine.
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