It's understandable why some people who are overly addicted to a cup of coffee might want to give it up despite - or perhaps because of - their desperate need for it, but there are a number of benefits you can reap from drinking regularly drink a reasonable amount of coffee.
Along with the habit of drinking coffee, which can help with inflammation, coffee can even increase the length of your life. In addition, you probably know that it can give a boost to both your brain and body, raising your alertness and energy level. At the same time, as it turned out, coffee can also make your brain younger
In the study, the results of which were recently published in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience, information was collected during national health and nutrition surveys conducted from 2011 to 2014. The data were devoted to the study of the relationship between caffeine and cognitive functions in 827 participants, whose age was 60 years and older. The results showed that caffeine helps to prevent deterioration of cognitive functions over time.
When it comes to the benefits of coffee for the brain, in addition to the simple caffeine supplement, this drink contains many polyphenols and antioxidants, which have anti-inflammatory properties and probably play a role in reducing the risk of mental disorders, experts note.