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Can Coffee Keep Your Ears from Ringing?

Caffeine Content of Coffee

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  • Women who consumed less than 150 milligrams of caffeine a day (the amount in about 12 ounces of coffee) were 15 percent more likely to develop tinnitus than those who consumed 450 mg to 599 mg
  • Past research has shown caffeine has a direct effect on the inner ear, or may be involved through its role in stimulating your central nervous system
  • Coffee has been associated with a lower risk of Parkinson’s disease, heart problems, type 2 diabetes, and several types of cancer
  • Drinking coffee prior to a workout may help with muscle pain and preservation and boost endurance and performance
  • Coffee can be part of a healthy lifestyle if consumed in moderation, placing the emphasis on making sure it’s fresh, organic, and consumed black (and only if you’re not pregnant)

By Dr. Mercola

I personally don't drink coffee as I don't like the taste and have only used a few cups in my life to treat jet lag. However, there are ways to include coffee in a healthy lifestyle, provided you're not using it as a crutch to mask symptoms of a poor diet, like low energy levels—and provided you're not pregnant.


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