You Are Probably Using Caffeine Wrong

This article outlines some of the many ways caffeine interacts with your body and mind and highlights how we can make the most of this underappreciated compound.

Caden Ornt
5 min readJan 26, 2024
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Despite being so popular in today's world, caffeine is still considered a psychoactive substance, and with that title, it carries with it a wide range of effects on our body and mind.

For more information about how this unique and complex substance works, I recommend that you read this article I wrote.

However, if you are more interested in learning how to optimize your caffeine intake, this is the article for you.

When to Consume Caffeine

We all know caffeine is good at boosting our energy in the morning but can lead to difficulty sleeping if consumed too late in the evening and even if you think caffeine doesn’t make it harder to fall asleep, it might be having detrimental effects on your sleep quality.



Caden Ornt

Writer, Photographer, Programmer, Sailor, and Learner | I enjoy writing about a diverse range of topics from AI to psychology.