Caffeine and Heart disease

Caffeine affects the central nervous system as well as the heart in a number of ways. Most people will experience a rise in heart rate, though the degree of this increase differs from person to person. People who have indications of coronary heart disease, such as angina and heart palpitations, consume less coffee, avoid it completely, or drink decaf. Caffeine consumption at this level should not be adverse to your heart health, cholesterol levels, or heart rhythm. Although coffee has been demonstrated to raise blood pressure, this impact is generally transitory and decreases with time if you consume caffeinated drinks on a regular basis.

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