Do You Combine Coffee With Cigarettes? This Is What You Do To Your Organisam
Coffee is a drink which does not do any harm to your body. On the other hand, on the harm coming from cigarettes we already know a lot. Bigger doze of coffee over time can reduce the density of the bone, but if you take in around 1000 mg of calcium every day, and you like drinking coffee, you have no reason to worry.
Caffeine needs around an hour to start acting (less if your stomach is empty) and its effect lasts from four to six hours. Coffee helps many people to trigger the feeling of staying awake and increases your blood pressure, but if you overdose you will become nervous, sleepless, dehydrated and tired.
On the other hand, by inhaling cigarette smoke, you harm your central nervous system, the level of sugar in the blood rises, the blood vessels tighten, damaging the arteries. Nutritionists explain that coffee makes the organism acid, and combined with cigarettes the acid is even bigger, and additionally damages the stomach. It is advisable to drink the first coffee half an hour after breakfast.
Coffee and cigarettes are both stimulants, but while one limits the blood flow, the other accelerates and enlarges it. Combined they put an additional burden on the heart. The organism starts working against itself and creates an ambience for a disproportional energy loss and causes depression which then causes physiological and psychological craving to desire consuming coffee and cigarettes. By that the addiction to both of them is increased.
If you want to prevent it, the experts’ advice is to start doing exercises and increase the intensity of your trainings.