Andrea138 said:If you wean yourself slowly, you can make the withdrawal process much less painful.
pretender said:I can speak from experience that weaning from caffeine works better than cold turkey.
Quitting two things at once might not be the best idea, either.
Wow - I could have written those exact words.BuckeyeBiker said:As with most things, moderation is the key. If you enjoy beverages with caffeine or alcohol why not just cut back a little? Me, I like coffee and tea mostly because of the taste, but the added kick in the morning is nice too. I just taper my consumption throughout the day so I don't have trouble sleeping. I almost never drink alcohol because I'm just not a huge fan of wine or beer, or hard liquor for that matter. I'd rather spend the extra calories on chocolate or some dessert.
MerlinAma said:Wow - I could have written those exact words.
So I'll ask the question. Why go off caffeine?
At least if you are male. I do understand that caffeine can cause problems for females. At least my wife's doc thinks so.
By now I thought everyone who had any kind of aerobic exercise program at all would not be following the Adkins Diet. But I'm not here to argue that.bas said:
The relationship between caffeine and dehydration is also more myth than fact.ZoSoSwiM said:............ I have been very dehydrated for a long time and never knew it. I've doubled my water intake and I'm drinking half the caffeine............
MerlinAma said:The relationship between caffeine and dehydration is also more myth than fact.
Anyone wanting to look for this information will have to google it.