The ideal time to drink coffee

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A cup of hot tea or coffee is the most delicious drink in the morning. But it was not a drink that is best consumed as soon as you wake up from sleep. Drinking coffee, tea or other caffeinated beverages should not be in the morning, but around noon.

Scientists have conducted research and found that the best time to enjoy a coffee / tea every day is between 9.30 and 11.30 am. Because the time of entry into the body, caffeine will react to the hormone cortisol, which helps regulate the body's working hours and increase alertness.
 
When morning cortisol usually rise naturally after waking up and the level will remain high until a few hours later. Highest cortisol between the hours of 8-9 am, therefore, no longer need to mengasup caffeinated beverages at the time. Because drinking coffee when the level is high cortisol can make the body 'addiction'.

Later, the body will 'ask' the amount of cortisol that is even more so a person feel the need to drink coffee or tea first so his body fresher. Over time the body will be craving caffeine increases from day to day and allows you to drink more caffeine than one cup a day. As we all know, too much caffeine can trigger heartbeat could result not good for heart health.
 
Steven Miller, a neurologist at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland said, caffeinated drinks would be better if consumed after at 9 am to help maintain steady production of the hormone cortisol. Not rising, not declining.

"One of the key principles in the pharmaceutical world is using drugs or supplements when needed only. If not, the body will be 'tolerant' to the drug in the same amount. In other words, the same one cup of coffee in the morning will not feel too effective and make you switch to a stronger espresso, "Steven said, as quoted by the Telegraph.

Steven concluded that after reviewing the evidence and the results of research on changes in cortisol in the body in one day. Cortisol is a hormone produced extensive treatment when a person feels stressed. Its function is to convert glucose into energy reserves that can be used by the cells of the body. The surge of energy released in the morning will increase alertness but at the same time also cause hunger. Over time, cortisol levels will decline by itself so vigilance is reduced. That's when the efficacy of caffeine drinks will be effective.
 
In addition to between the hours of 8 and 9, the hormone cortisol will increase again when the afternoon after 13:00, and 17:30 to 18:30. That is why rather than the morning, coffee mid-morning or afternoon would be better. Because coffee could help offset the interval when the level of cortisol in the body decreases.

"In the morning, drink your coffee may be useful most effective when enjoyed between 9:30 and 11:30, when the cortisol levels declined rapidly before increasing again in the afternoon," suggested Steven.