I’m no longer addicted to coffee. As of now I might drink 1 cup in a week only if it’s offered for breakfast. I stopped drinking coffee for a whole month and last week I had none. So things are back in control. Now the question is do I remove it completely from my diet or do I continue like this? 1 month ago
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I’ve noticed that when I start something without putting a start date things actually work out. Back in January I stopped drinking coffee for nearly the whole month. If I got a urge I drank decaffeinated which helped, but once I joined the gym and starting working I went right back on it. I drink coffee now 3-4 times a week. my reason for wanting to stop is I know I have a caffeine addiction because when I have no caffeine at all this includes soda I get so exhausted and put in a bad mood. I even get headache. ANY ADDICTION IS A BAD ADDICTION in my life and living caffeine free would be make me feel like a better person then the rest. 2 months ago
My goal is to abstain just for the month of January as a sort of fast. 4 months ago
Only 3 cups of green tea. I feel great. Not nervous, cognitive skills as strong, if not stronger, slept deeply last night. 8 months ago
Coffee, coffee, coffee. Been addicted to it for close to 30 years. I should just say caffeine, as Coke was my initial drug of choice. Stopped pop years ago and now am on a straight bean diet.
My reasons for wanting to stop:
- Anxiety (nuff said)
- Health. The stuff causes me to put on weight. That’s a fact.
- Money. Not too much of an issue if brewed at home, but way too expensive at the café.
- Concentration. I think I’m smarter when I’m high on caffeine, but I really think I’m just, well, high. Good for assembly line work maybe, but not for critical thinking. 9 months ago