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How Coffee Can Make You More Productive

Coffee, Magnetic Charger, Productivity

04 Oct, 2019

You’ve probably heard one reason or the other why you should avoid coffee at all costs. Or maybe your circle is filled with coffee advocates, and you don’t have a choice but to drink coffee. Whichever category you fall in doesn’t matter so long as you read this blog till the end.

Whatever it is we do, we measure the output of an activity relative to the input, and we call it Productivity. In essence, if every other factor remains the same, more effort should always give a better output, which in turn is more productivity. However, as humans, we all have limits to our input. Our drive hits rock bottom at times, and other times we are barely struggling to get things done. Our productivity suffers at times like these, and we kill ourselves to get back at our peak-level of doing things.

True, there are so many things you can do to get your energy blazing once again. However, a very healthy way to do that is to take a cup of coffee.

How Does Coffee Affect Your Productivity?

  • Performance Booster: According to a report from Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, it found that a higher percentage of the 20,686 Olympian athletes analyzed had caffeine in their urine. You know what that means, right?
  • Improved Motor Performance: Age does do a number on a lot of people. In 2010, Nutrition, in their journal, showed that drinking coffee improves motor performance in humans. So no matter what you do, no matter your range of movement, coffee can help you be better at it.
  • Faster Reaction Time: When you need to be instant, are you rather sluggish, or maybe just three seconds behind. A couple of cups of coffee can help improve your reaction time and save you the worries of what-ifs and had I knowns.
  • Improved Smartness: Do you ever wonder how those with IQs in the range of 130 process thoughts and information? That’s definitely not the work of coffee. But coffee can help boost your cognitive function. According to a journal by Life Sciences, caffeine is absorbed into the body and transported to the brain. Here, it blocks the inhibitory neurotransmitter, adenosine. When this happens, there is an increase in other neurotransmitters like norepinephrine and dopamine, leading to enhanced firing of neurons.
  • Increased Blood Flow: Then, there’s the importance of blood flow. Or how well do you work with your hands and feet cold? A single cup of coffee has been found to increase blood flow by up to 30% in just 75 minutes.

Now, there are so many other benefits of coffee, and of course, it does have its cons as well. But you can get all the good and none of the bad if you don’t overdo it.

So, would you deprive yourself of the opportunities to always be a better version of yourself? Then think about that your device. Don’t you think it needs the very best option to ensure it remains productive? Or you think your device doesn’t have a mind of its own? Maybe it doesn’t. However, the more productive your device becomes, the more productive you become. Volta Charger has a line of products to ensure you are not behind in getting your tasks done. Get your phone, and yourself juiced up.

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