Stopping Caffeine for Better Health

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Summary

Is coffee your downfall? A cup is usually fine, but too much spells trouble. With this challenge, you will learn how to moderate or abstain from caffeine. Cutting back on caffeine can: Lessen your feelings of stress & anxiety Help you sleep better Balance your hormones Lower your blood pressure

Introduction

Want to give up caffeine? As you know, it can be highly addictive, and the jury is still out about the supposed health benefits of popular caffeinated drinks like coffee.  If you are like most, you’re a creature of habit with a morning coffee to get your day started. 

But if you suffer from anxiety, excessive stress, or depression – you might be better served to wean yourself off caffeine altogether. Does the quitting sound too daunting? 

Let us help. Over the next 21 days, you will slowly ween yourself from caffeine. Each day, we will ask you pointed questions to help you understand the complex emotional relationship between you and caffeine. Trust us, its more complicated than you think! 

We will also educate you with scientific information about the downfalls of too much caffeine like elevated blood pressure, anxiety, adrenal fatigue, and even depression. Are you ready to kick this habit once and for all? 

Well, com’on, let’s get started!

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