InnerTalk End Caffeine Addiction MP3

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Caffeine's mechanism of action is somewhat different from that of cocaine and amphetamines; caffeine blocks adenosine receptors A and A2A. Adenosine is a by-product of cellular activity, and stimulation of adenosine receptors produces feelings of tiredness and the need to sleep. Caffeine's ability to block these receptors means the levels of the body's natural stimulants, dopamine and norepinephrine, continue at higher levels.”

According to the Smithsonian, “Like many drugs, caffeine is chemically addictive, a fact that scientists established back in 1994. In the recent publication of the 5th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), caffeine withdrawal was finally included as a mental disorder for the first time.

Caffeine can help you get going in the morning or when you find yourself slowing down. But too much caffeine is not good for you. If you find that you cannot function without your regular doses of caffeine, you may have a caffeine addiction. Don't try to kick the habit alone - this programme will make it a lot easier.

You really can kick the caffeine habit!

Sample thought modification messages in this title:

"I make a plan to eliminate caffeine from my diet.
I systematically reduce the amount of caffeine I drink.
I enjoy decaffeinated drinks.
I choose decaffeinated drinks.
I avoid energy drinks.
I wean myself from caffeine.
I let caffeine go.
I feel better without caffeine.
I like caffeine free drinks.
There are many positive reasons to eliminate caffeine.
I choose to eliminate caffeine.
I find it easy to drink non-caffeine drinks.
I reward myself by letting go of caffeine.
I sleep well.
I awake from sleep refreshed.
I am relaxed.
I am calm.
I am peaceful."

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