Easy & Healthy Tricks To Help Reduce Your Caffeine Intake

It may not surprise you that over one billion people have a cup of coffee daily. For many of us, there is nothing better than the smell of a fresh pot of coffee brewing. But that warm cup of coffee can become a detriment to us, as we might have more anxiety and trouble falling asleep, leading some of us to reduce or quit. However, such a goal is much easier said than done—here are easy tricks to help reduce your caffeine intake.

Switch It Out

We may not give it much thought, but the process of making or purchasing our cup of coffee is a ritual that our bodies and minds grow to expect. That is why you should switch your coffee for another drink a la Indiana Jones. Next time you’re in the drive-through, opt for a refreshing noncaffeinated drink instead. Moreover, if you make your drink at home, consider swapping it out for an invigorating elixir that is even better than coffee.

Try these delicious superfood beverages to balance your hormones, improve your brain health and boost your energy naturally: Creamy Turmeric Latte with Saffron, Cinnamon Cacao Superfood Blend, Superfood Vegan Bone Broth or Superfood Greens with Turmeric and Probiotics. Cheers to your health!


Stop Drinking Earlier

Perhaps you don’t want to quit altogether but want to reduce your caffeine intake. If so, an easy trick is to stop drinking earlier. Many people who have a sensitivity to coffee will usually have a set time where they stop drinking coffee or switch to a decaffeinated beverage. A good rule of thumb to go by is to stop the caffeine around six hours prior to your bedtime. You will find it easier to fall and stay asleep.

Taper Off

When someone decides to quit their caffeine altogether, they might think the best option is to go cold-turkey. However, that can result in painful and irritating withdrawal symptoms that you want to avoid. To avoid these symptoms, you should taper off caffeine slowly. So, if you have four cups a day, switch to three, and so on. Moreover, you might also consider switching to a less-caffeinated beverage like espresso, green tea or black tea, which have about half the caffeine content of a cup of coffee.

Have fun exploring different beverage options and discover what works and tastes best for you!


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