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Is Drinking a Pot of Coffee Yourself Bad?

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As a coffee lover myself, I was hesitant to begin my research about the adverse affects of coffee. Though I was happy to learn that my two cups every morning are only considered a modest amount of coffee; a moderate amount would be three cups. However, if you are consuming a pot of coffee a day, we are talking about nearly ten cups of coffee. So, yes drinking a pot of coffee by yourself is bad. Here’s why:

The caffeine in coffee is a central nervous system stimulant. While it can increase alertness, reduce fatigue, improve mood, enhance reaction time, and improve performance, consuming too much can do more harm than good. The unpleasant side effects of a caffeine overdose include:

  • Jitters and trembling
  • Difficulties falling and staying asleep at night
  • Nervousness, dizziness; especially profound in those with panic or anxiety
  • Stomach discomfort and digestive upset
  • Extreme fatigue upon waking in the morning

Most likely, you did not wake up one day and drink a whole pot of coffee yourself. As your coffee habit took hold so did your body’s dependence on it, resulting in nothing short of an addiction. Caffeine mimics your body’s natural neurotransmitters which are responsible for the transmission of nerve impulses. Too much caffeine sends your nervous system into overdrive and your body responds by reducing its own production of neurotransmitters. The result is that your brain and nerves now depend on this external neurotransmitter source just to function normally.

Another theory suggests that caffeine becomes habit forming when your body crashes after its temporary heightened state of awareness and alertness. You may end up feeling more sluggish or fatigued than you did before you starting drinking your coffee, causing you to go back for more; and the cycle continues.

Ironically, your friend who enjoys one or two cups of coffee a day reaps the same benefits from coffee as your full pot provides you. Your body has built up a tolerance so you can handle more but you also require more. The good news is that with some work, you can cut back on your consumption. When you do, the moderate amount of three cups a day will satisfy you completely and your body will once again operate properly under its own steam.

Is Drinking a Pot of Coffee Yourself Bad?

Golden Lane (Zlatá ulička), Prague, Czechia, June 12, 2017 264

As a coffee lover myself, I was hesitant to begin my research about the adverse affects of coffee. Though I was happy to learn that my two cups every morning are only considered a modest amount of coffee; a moderate amount would be three cups. However, if you are consuming a pot of coffee a day, we are talking about nearly ten cups of coffee. So, yes drinking a pot of coffee by yourself is bad. Here’s why:

The caffeine in coffee is a central nervous system stimulant. While it can increase alertness, reduce fatigue, improve mood, enhance reaction time, and improve performance, consuming too much can do more harm than good. The unpleasant side effects of a caffeine overdose include:

  • Jitters and trembling
  • Difficulties falling and staying asleep at night
  • Nervousness, dizziness; especially profound in those with panic or anxiety
  • Stomach discomfort and digestive upset
  • Extreme fatigue upon waking in the morning

Most likely, you did not wake up one day and drink a whole pot of coffee yourself. As your coffee habit took hold so did your body’s dependence on it, resulting in nothing short of an addiction. Caffeine mimics your body’s natural neurotransmitters which are responsible for the transmission of nerve impulses. Too much caffeine sends your nervous system into overdrive and your body responds by reducing its own production of neurotransmitters. The result is that your brain and nerves now depend on this external neurotransmitter source just to function normally.

Another theory suggests that caffeine becomes habit forming when your body crashes after its temporary heightened state of awareness and alertness. You may end up feeling more sluggish or fatigued than you did before you starting drinking your coffee, causing you to go back for more; and the cycle continues.

Ironically, your friend who enjoys one or two cups of coffee a day reaps the same benefits from coffee as your full pot provides you. Your body has built up a tolerance so you can handle more but you also require more. The good news is that with some work, you can cut back on your consumption. When you do, the moderate amount of three cups a day will satisfy you completely and your body will once again operate properly under its own steam.

Writing a Cover Letter on a Step-by-Step Basis

Punti di vista / Points of view

You need to do everything by the number. How true can this line ever be? If you're inclined in mathematics just like the accountants you could have agreed with that line. Being a fresh graduate who's not inclined with writing, then writing an accounting cover letter may be that hard for you. So we'll write your accounting cover letter in a step by step process. I am pretty sure that you are familiar with the term marketing? Well in business this means the presentation made for a certain product in order for it to be patronized in the market.

In reality the purpose of accounting cover letter is somewhat similar to marketing, wherein the letter serves as the presentation. But the only difference was that in an accounting cover letter you do not present a product but yourself. If you see advertisements those are forms of marketing strategies, you may not noticed that they tend to exaggerate things; they use bright colors and famous celebrities just to catch the attention of the audience. Obviously you can not apply those in accounting cover letters because the only thing that you can use is the power of words. Yet you just can not underestimate words because if mastered it can be of good help for you in grabbing the attention of your possible employer.

You can actually select from a wide array of strategies that you can use in snatching the interest of your hiring manager. One of the most effective techniques which are often used in accounting cover letters is the proper understanding of the position that you would want to have. It's not showing off when you start through your accounting cover letter to lay your cards. But just make sure that what you are giving out are related to the position you want, because if not you'd only end up being laughed at by the ones who'd read your letter.

Another technique is persistence; let your eagerness to get an interview be seen through your accounting cover letter. Since this is your aim after all, why not make the most out of it. Be firm with what you want and you will most likely get it.

Secrets to a remarkable accounting cover letter

It is but normal for accounting related professionals to have a bit of a hard time in expressing themselves since it is not terribly considered in their field. That's why they end up writing mere babbles which lead to the land of now. Trust me if you're the employer, it's very much understood that you would immediately dump a confusing letter without even considering taking a peek on the resume.

The lesson here is very simple, write in such a way that you would easily understand. Try to draw away from superfluous words that normal readers do not understand, this should be observed for two reasons. One is that you are not writing for a literary competition and the other is that conciseness would be very much appreciated by your prospective employer. So just shelve your deep vocabulary and master using just a conversational language.

It is also important that you maintain a good tone and pacing in your accounting cover letter. Do not let them feel the boredom of computing interests and other formulas. Let them enjoy what your accounting cover letter by adding some hints of excitement.