on 15 October 2016
I am struggling right now to leave coffee... i didn't use to take coffee at all when i was a child but then because of university and work now i started consuming more and more even if I didn't like the taste at first..
Starting a couple of years ago I have had some insomnia episodes that I think are related to the intake of coffee and since then I havent been taking coffee past 16:00 so It doesnt messes up with my sleep cycle.
Still right now I am suffering of a sympthom I can't really describe when I am not under the effect of caffein. I feel "otherworldy", like I lack balance even if it doesnt really affect it since I can go MTB without a problem but when I am not under the effect of caffein I feel like I have bad balance and it's really difficult for me to concentrate. I am trying to reduce the intake as much as I can, but I am wondering if u guys have also felt those symptoms and also feel like u need to think everything twice as hard when your not under the effect of caffein
The bolded is something I really thought about yesterday and today.
I mentioned my symptoms already in the OP but the way how you expressed your lack of balance is exactly how I have felt these past weeks. It was worse in the first 2 weeks but still right now I can feel my balance is not how it should be. It's not like when you are drunk and can be prepared for it and also it's not something that has an effect on normal everyday life but...I like to dance quite often and while dancing it really has an effect. Balance is everything in dancing and my footwork just isn't the same and I have to take "support" steps a lot. I understand now that this process will take a lot of time but I'm not worried anymore since my general condition is now improving so rapidly.
I cannot imagine toilet-free life.
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