Mood and performance effects of caffeine in relation to acute and chronic caffeine deprivation.

@article{Richardson1995MoodAP,
  title={Mood and performance effects of caffeine in relation to acute and chronic caffeine deprivation.},
  author={N. J. Richardson and Peter J. Rogers and Nicola A. Elliman and R J O'Dell},
  journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior},
  year={1995},
  volume={52 2},
  pages={313-20}
}
The mood and performance effects of caffeine deprivation (either 90 min, overnight, or at least 7 days) and ingestion (70 and 250 mg) were compared in young adults who were normally either moderate consumers (n = 49) or nonconsumers of caffeine (n = 18). Overnight caffeine deprivation produced dysphoric symptoms characteristic of caffeine withdrawal that were reduced, but still present, after longer-term abstinence. Acute caffeine intake affected the withdrawn consumers, nonwithdrawn consumers… CONTINUE READING

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