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Sobro Coffee table, long or short, with sugar or cream, with breakfast or after dinner, regular or decaffeinated, coffee can be drunk at any time of the day.
And not only it tastes good, coffee and caffeine-rich beverages have multiple health benefits.
But which of the myths surrounding this beverage are true and which are false?
Our health experts answer the 11 most common coffee related questions.

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1) A small cup of coffee before workout boosts muscle performance?
2) In a case of migraine, it helps if you drink coffee?
3) The duration of the coffee brewing determines the caffeine content?
4) The coffee protects from type 2 diabetes?
5) Drinking coffee reduces the risk of Parkinson’s disease?
6) The coffee lowers blood pressure?
7) In pregnant women, coffee increases the risk of miscarriage?
8) Robusta coffee contains more caffeine than arabica coffee?
9) Coffee stimulates the brain?
10) Caffeine influences sleep?
11) Coffee is a good diuretic?
12) Coffee can improve erectile dysfunction?

1) A small cup of coffee before workout boosts muscle performance?

• No.
In fact, drinking a cup of coffee before workout in the hope that caffeine will stimulate the muscles (as it does to the brain function) is not a good idea.
This is because the Caffeine decreases the blood flow to the heart, so the body gets less oxygen, when in fact during exercise the oxygen needs are higher due to the increased muscle activity.

2) In case of migraine, it helps if you drink coffee?

• Yes, it does.
Caffeine causes vasoconstriction (reduction of the diameter of peripheral blood vessels) in the brain, which can help to give some relieve from migraine attacks.
This is why the drugs against pain and migraine contain caffeine.

3) The duration of the coffee brewing determines the caffeine content?

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• Yes, it does.
The espresso therefore theoretically contains less caffeine than filter coffee.
However be careful with the quantity: if the coffee is denser (more coffee and less water), than the caffeine content is relatively higher.
In other words the “thicker” the coffee, the more caffeine in it.

4) The coffee protects from type 2 diabetes?

• Yes it does.
In long term, daily consumption of 5 to 6 cups of coffee results in a decreased risk of type 2 diabetes (diabetes mellitus or non-insulin).


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5) Drinking coffee reduces the risk of Parkinson’s disease?

• Yes, it does.
A latest study of the Harvard University Chan School of Public Health shows that the coffee consumption reduces proportionately the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.
Therefore caffeine has protective properties against this degenerative disease.

6) The coffee lowers blood pressure?

• No
Even at low doses, coffee (or other drinks containing caffeine such as tea and some soft drinks) is sufficient to raise blood pressure in the arteries and impair their flexibility, and on long term in can cause development of hypertension.

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7) In pregnant women, coffee increases the risk of miscarriage?

• Yes, it does.
The risk of miscarriage increases by 40% among women who drink one cup of coffee a day (100 mg of caffeine) and doubles with 2 cups of coffee.
The risk is linked to all beverages containing caffeine, including tea and some sodas.

8) Robusta coffee contains more caffeine than arabica coffee?

• Yes, it does.
A cup of coffee arabica (6-10 g of coffee) contains 60-100 mg of caffeine, against 150-250 mg for a cup of coffee robusta.

9) Coffee stimulates the brain?

• Yes, it does.
Caffeine exerts effects on the central nervous system: it stimulates, improves mental performance and ability to concentrate. But be careful not to abuse it, because, at high doses, the effects of coffee tend to reverse: nervousness, anxiety, aggression and insomnia..

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10) Caffeine influences sleep?

• Yes it does.
Caffeine increases sleep latency and reduces the quality of sleep for 3 to 4 hours.
This is because the caffeine activates brain regions involved in the sleep / wake cycle.

11) Coffee is a good diuretic?

• Yes it is.
Coffee is a diuretic and also stimulates digestion.
However, with milk, coffee can be indigestible because the milk proteins coagulate in the stomach by the action of its acidity and tannins in coffee.

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11) Coffee can improve erectile dysfunction?

• Yes it can.
According to new research from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, men who drink the caffeine equivalent of two to three cups of coffee per day are less likely to have erectile dysfunction.

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