Denis: You haven’t mentioned which type of poison (I guess some sort of coffee) you drink :P And do you drink it every day?
I personally will only have it when I feel it’s needed (feeling really tired, not motivated or can’t concentrate) – or if I’m meeting someone related to my research. Actually, I feel like one now.
If I’m out meeting someone I’ll have a cuppucinno.
I’ve always been in to normal coffee’s with milk.
That was until I went to France for a while (conferences).
The only coffee they supplied was black. No milk. I asked the guys there where the milk was.. you know.. for the coffee. They told me they don’t drink cat pee.
I got used to this sort of coffee and drank it for a while after but I’m back to coffee with milk :) Mostly because it lasts longer and keeps you warm longer and I think I need whatever protein is in the milk to stop my muscles wasting away :P.
:) Mostly because it lasts longer and keeps you warm longer and I think I need whatever protein is in the milk to stop my muscles wasting away :P.I got used to this sort of coffee and drank it for a while after but I’m back to coffee with milk
Which brings us back to my original statement that the reasons why most people suffer at night is not the lack of stimulants, but rather lack of calories in blood.
In Spain very few people drink tea… and I was one of the lucky ones whose girlfriend is an avid tea drinker. :)
I never liked coffee, unless I added another cup of sugar, but I discovered good tea when I had a holiday on London, and now I have a huge amount and variety of tea.
We also have a nespresso, but I mostly drink decaf.
Why all this caffeine consumption? Well, my girlfriend is a nurse and works at the night shift. :)
BTW, tea also has caffeine. All books that I’ve found about tea, none mentions “teine” or something like that. A wikipedia check seems to confirm.