Coffee does not just remove your laziness but also gives you protection from many diseases. It helps so to provide protection from cancer, Alzheimer's, and muscle-related diseases. Drinking coffee also diminishes the risk of diabetes and also reduces the risk of heart-related diseases. However, it is also correct that consuming a large amount of coffee can also cause harm to you. In March 2007, the Journal of Pen reported in its study that drinking coffee can reduces muscle pain. It said that having two cups of coffee decreases muscle pain by 48 percent after the workout. As per the  Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, one cup of coffee contains 1.8 grams of fiber. That is why drinking coffee improves the amount of fiber in the body. Drinking coffee also lessens the chance of type 2 diabetes.

According to the report of the European Journal of Neurology, caffeine present in coffee inhibits Alzheimer's. A new research states that coffee drinkers reduce half the risk of a hazardous disease like liver cancer. Because coffee seeds carry polyphenols substances that prevent cancer cells from spreading. The research was conducted at Queen's University, Belfast.

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Antioxidants and caffeine present in coffee are profitable for well-being. Drinking coffee also decreases the risk of heart-related diseases. Korean researchers declared that those who drink three to five cups of coffee a day are less prone to cardiovascular diseases. However, if a large amount of coffee is consumed, it can also cause health damage. Drinking a large amount of coffee can raise the cholesterol level in the body, which can increase obesity and cardiovascular diseases. People with high cholesterol should drink less coffee.

Drinking more coffee can also cause insomnia due to that you find difficulty in sleeping. Because the caffeine present in it acts as a stimulant that speeds up the information between the brain and the body. Large doses of stimulants can cause over-stimulation, causing anxiety, panic, and seizures. It is also said that excessive consumption of caffeine also leads to stress or impatience.

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