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How Coffee Makes Us More Productive

November 10, 2020

How Coffee Makes Us More Productive

How Coffee Makes Us More Productive

Caffeine is the most used psychoactive substances available in nature. People often experience a more energised mental state after drinking coffee and even tea and it’s a well-known fact that caffeine has a direct impact on our overall productivity. But how does caffeine work exactly?

 When caffeine enters your body, it is metabolised by the liver and broken down into three simpler substances, theophylline, paraxanthine and theobromine. It is these caffeine metabolites that make us more productive. Here’s how:

How Coffee Makes Us More Productive

Improve Alertness and Mental Performance- caffeine prevents drowsiness by blocking the production of adenosine. Therefore, we feel less fatigued after drinking a cup of coffee. In low doses, improvement in alertness and mental performance are typically noticeable. The increased cognitive performance, memory retention, energy, and alertness we get from coffee can make anyone more productive.

Makes You Happier- because caffeine blocks adenosine receptors, our bodies respond by releasing other stimulants- glutamate and dopamine. Both are crucial for making us feel better. A moderate amount of caffeine makes you feel better because neurotransmitters are being stimulated. Caffeine and cocaine work the same way by triggering the release of dopamine, but the former is perfectly legal and much safer. Happiness directly affects productivity levels because employees are more motivated to complete their tasks.

Enhance Willpower- throughout the day, your willpower can be gradually depleted. When you are feeling exhausted, coffee can strengthen your self-control and willpower. It isn’t wise to make decisions when tired and a lack of willpower may make employees succumb to pressure in difficult negotiations and make wrong decisions. Coffee makes it easier for people to stand their ground and achieve important goals.

Improved Physical Endurance- not all employees are desk-bound. During business trips, employees may need to visit multiple clients each day. They need to walk quite a lot during the day. A cup of coffee induces the release of epinephrine that increases physical performance. Caffeine also promotes the breakdown of fatty cells through a process called lipolysis. There is a direct impact of caffeine on motor cortex, an essential part of the brain that controls muscle activation.

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