Perk Up Your Memory with Caffeine!
Boost your memory with coffee
Spend every morning hunting for your keys? Try leaving them next to the coffee cups. A study at Johns Hopkins University found that taking a 200mg caffeine tablet equivalent to a double espresso provides a memory boost for up to 24 hours. So no more forgetting when it's your turn to put the kettle on.
Besides turning you from zombie to go-getter, your morning java also contains a gamut of other grey matter goodness: Caffeine is associated with healthy longevity, and may have some protective effects from cognitive decline like Alzheimers disease, says Michael Yassa, assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences and senior author of the study. What's more, a recent study published in the journalPLOS Onefound coffee provides similar hydration to water. Although perhaps dont try quaffing grande lattes on the treadmill.
Though the study used caffeine pills, leave popping ProPlus to the students. Our guide to brewing perfect coffee is the more refined path to an elephantine memory. If even a macchiato makes you twitchy, try matcha instead (, from £2). Alongside a slow-release caffeine buzz, this green tea powder boasts 137 times more antioxidants than a leaf-based brew. Bottoms up.
Video: Caffeine Stimulates Memory
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