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10 Stimulating Looks at Caffeine


“The most commonly used drug in the world” may lead to physical and psychological ill effects. These 10 slides provide a concise review of the risks and what to do about them.

Caffeine has been called “the most commonly used drug in the world.” Although the FDA classifies this stimulant as “generally recognized as safe,” its use can contribute to a number of physical and psychological adverse effects.This slideshow provides a concise review of the risks of caffeine consumption and what to do about them.


1. Caffeine Is a Drug of Dependence

2. Caffeine by the Numbers

3. Starting at a Young Age

4. The Differential Diagnosis

5. Caffeine Linked With Disease

6. Is Caffeine Use Disorder Valid?

7. Addiction Professionals Surveyed

8. ICD-10 Diagnostic Criteria for Research

9. Decision-making Style, Use, and Dependence Examined

10. Caffeine Consumption and Foraging Behaviors



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