The Best Time to Drink Coffee At 09.30, Here's the Explanation - Sure, some people think, the best time to drink coffee depends on when he wakes up in the morning. In fact, according to the study, we should not directly drink coffee after waking up. Why?
A neuropsychologist and expert in chronopharmacology (the science that analyzes the interactions between different biological rhythms of the human body and drugs), Steven Miller, published several studies on the NeuroscienceDC scientific blog. He explained that coffee does not provide benefits when taken out of bed.
"The reason lies in the circadian rhythms and cortisol, the circadian rhythm is the controller of sleeping habits that regulate cortisol (stress hormones), both of which are responsible for keeping us alert," Miller said, as quoted by Step to Health on Tuesday (7/3/2017).
To note, says Miller, when we just wake up, cortisol is working by itself. Even in different studies found, the most active cortisol is between 8 and 9 in the morning.
"This is why, drinking coffee when your cortisol level is high, will only make you headache," he said. Even in people who are overweight, they tend to feel more anxious and tired.
Then when is the best time to drink coffee?
According to Miller, the most recommended time is between an hour and a half and two hours after waking up in the morning. Ideally, drinking coffee is better at 9: 30-11: 30 and 13: 30-17: 00.
"That's when the levels of cortisol in this blood have decreased so you can feel the benefits and the pleasure of coffee," he said.
He added, after waking up the breakfast should be rich in protein and fiber and then eat fruit or juice. After that wait two hours for coffee so that you are more focused, productive and energized while working.