Effects of caffeine on sleep and wakefulness: an update

Jan Snel, Zoe Tieges, Monicque M. Lorist

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Abstract

[Book abstract:] Coffee, tea, and chocolate are among the most frequently consumed products in the world. The pleasure that many experience from these edibles is accompanied by a range of favorable and adverse effects on the brain that have been the focus of a wealth of recent research.

Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, and the Brain presents new information on the long-debated issue about the beneficial and/or potentially negative effects on the brain of the consumption of coffee, tea, and chocolate. With caffeine as the common component in these beverages and food, this volume features important data on the effects of caffeine on sleep, memory, cognition, mood, performance, and more. It also contains specific information on new directions of research on the effect of caffeine on Parkinson’s disease, seizures, ischemia, the stress axis, and brain development. Debate on the potential addiction to caffeine is included, as well as discussion of how chocolate and caffeine can induce or alleviate various types of headaches.

With contributions from world-renowned experts in the field, this up-to-date reference provides important information for scientists, researchers, industry professionals, and students involved in nutrition, neurology, neuropharmacology, clinical psychology, and other health-related sciences.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCoffee, Tea, Chocolate, and the Brain
EditorsAstrid Nehlig
Place of PublicationFlorida, US
PublisherCRC Press
Pages13-34
Edition1
ISBN (Print)9780415306911
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2004

Publication series

NameNutrition, Brain and Behaviour

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Wakefulness
Caffeine
Sleep
Coffee
Tea
Brain
Neuropharmacology
Food and Beverages
Clinical Psychology
Pleasure
Neurology
Research
Cognition
Headache
Parkinson Disease
Industry
Seizures
Ischemia
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Keywords

  • caffeine intake
  • sleeping
  • wakefulness

Cite this

Snel, J., Tieges, Z., & Lorist, M. M. (2004). Effects of caffeine on sleep and wakefulness: an update. In A. Nehlig (Ed.), Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, and the Brain (1 ed., pp. 13-34). (Nutrition, Brain and Behaviour). Florida, US: CRC Press.
Snel, Jan ; Tieges, Zoe ; Lorist, Monicque M. / Effects of caffeine on sleep and wakefulness: an update. Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, and the Brain. editor / Astrid Nehlig. 1. ed. Florida, US : CRC Press, 2004. pp. 13-34 (Nutrition, Brain and Behaviour).
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Effects of caffeine on sleep and wakefulness: an update. / Snel, Jan; Tieges, Zoe; Lorist, Monicque M.

Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, and the Brain. ed. / Astrid Nehlig. 1. ed. Florida, US : CRC Press, 2004. p. 13-34 (Nutrition, Brain and Behaviour).

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