Kicking the Caffeine

Addictions aren’t good for you, not even when you’re addicted to something that’s supposed to be “good” for you, like coffee. Despite how difficult you might think it is, it is possible to kick the coffee habit. All you’ll really need is some magnesium and a little detoxifying.

 

The Good and Bad About Coffee

In all fairness, coffee isn’t entirely bad for you. But the amount of benefits a person can reap from it depends on the individual. Black coffee may reduce your risk for:

  • Certain cancers
  • Certain neurological diseases
  • Type 2 diabetes

Black coffee may even:

  • Act as a laxative
  • Decrease the amount of calcium deposits in your arteries
  • Support pulmonary function

Those benefits, however, may not be worth the consequences. Coffee is a stimulant, and you may react poorly to it if you are already stimulated or have a low tolerance for the drink. Coffee may actually:

  • Add to your toxicity loads and potentially overwhelm your body’s detoxification system
  • Increase your stress levels, which weakens your immune system and may leave you vulnerable to the very diseases that coffee is said to prevent
  • Trigger heart palpitations

Coffee also functions as a natural diuretic. Because of this, coffee may indirectly eliminate crucial nutrients like sodium, magnesium, and potassium from your body.

 

Magnesium for the Caffeine Withdrawal

It’s easy to know when you’re addicted to coffee. You skip a drink or two, and suddenly you have a headache, right? So what do you do? Make up for that missed cup of coffee by grabbing one as soon as you can? There are better ways to deal with it.

If you want to kick the habit, magnesium supplements may be the best way to approach the problem. Coffee has most likely depleted your body’s levels of magnesium, a crucial nutrient with numerous benefits that many seem to know little about.

Different forms of magnesium have different absorption rates, so you want to be sure you’re taking the right kind of magnesium. Magnesium chloride, for instance, contains about 12% magnesium but has an excellent absorption rate, so it may be ideal if you want to get your magnesium levels back where they should be. Di-magnesium malate promotes muscle relaxation to fight off headaches and migraines.

You should always strive to take high-quality, medical-grade supplements to make sure you’re getting the maximum benefits from your supplements, so consider MagneGel and Magnesium Malate as your source for magnesium.

 

Weaning off the Coffee

To naturally wean yourself off coffee and caffeine, try following these guidelines:

  1. Take magnesium supplements for two to three weeks before switching from coffee to black tea. Stick with black tea for up to one week.
  2. After your week of black tea is up, switch to non-caffeinated herbal tea.

Magnesium will be effective in dealing with any headaches or insomnia you might experience while weaning yourself off coffee. Want the maximum anti-withdrawal symptom benefits of magnesium? Try taking magnesium for at least a week after you’ve stopped drinking anything with caffeine.

 

Detoxifying

All that would be left to do is to eliminate any coffee residue left inside your body. Magnesium supports the body’s natural ability to detoxify, but you can give your body even more of an edge.

Detoxifying is one way that we can clean our bodies from the inside. Ecobeautica’s detoxification services use an ionic foot bath to draw toxins out of your body through your feet. This will eliminate coffee-related toxins and other toxins as well, supporting your physical and emotional health and leaving your body as coffee-free as possible.

So the next time you feel the urge to grab that cup of coffee, take a second. Consider the effects that coffee has on your body, and remember how simple it can be to cut caffeine out of your life.

 

 

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