If you've ever tried to quit or reduce your caffeine intake, or if you were running late one day and didn't have time to stop for your normal morning cup of coffee or caffeinated tea,
you know how difficult it can be to get through the day without everyone's favorite legal stimulant. You may become extremely angry or find it difficult to stay awake and focused on your work.
Depriving yourself of the caffeine fix you rely on to get through the day can result in a pounding headache in some situations. Anyone who has experienced a caffeine headache
understands how they can make an already stressful day even worse. Nobody should have to go through that,
so we looked into the study and consulted with a doctor to figure out what causes the pain and how to get rid of a caffeine headache.
Though many individuals drink caffeine on a regular basis for a number of reasons, including an estimated 80 to 90 percent of North American adults,
the popular stimulant is most recognized for its ability to efficiently keep someone awake and aware. "[Caffeine] increases activity in your central nervous system
" says Laura Purdy, MD, a family care specialist in Miami. "It can also improve your mood, provide clarity, and make you feel more productive."