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    A coffee can make you forgetful

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    A cup of coffee each morning may wake you up, but a new study suggests caffeine might hinder your short-term recall of certain words.
    A spokeswoman from the British Coffee Association said the study was too small to be able to generalise.
    Full article: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/3909085.stm


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    Re: A coffee can make you forgetful

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    Re: A coffee can make you forgetful

    I doubt it. I think if people become forgetful when they drink coffee its probably because their mind has come to associate the taste of coffee with being in a sleepy state (like first thing in the morning, or whenever they feel they "need" a coffee), so when they taste it they reaccess that sleepy state. But I dont think theres anything physical to it. It sure doesnt make me forgetful!



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