I have to be honest, life without caffeine is something I cannot imagine. I have been on caffeine for as long as I can remember and while I am past the dependency phase, the one thing I will tell you is that some people simply cannot deal with it. There are countless reasons behind that including medical condition and history.
Speaking of caffeine, for me, it is one of the most important pre-workout drinks that I take; the surge of energy that it provides me with is excellent and I can easily have a great experience with it, as well. However, it is not for everyone as I have mentioned before, and will mention in detail, as well. You can go to Shape Sanity and read more about workout or pre-workout supplements. For now, I just want to talk about some of the reasons why caffeine might be a bad idea.
While caffeine sounds like a harmless compound because it is included in so many drinks, coffee being the major source of it; the one thing that people often overlook is that when you are looking at caffeine, a lot of people have anxiety after drinking it. It’s just how their brain is wired, so the more they stay away from it, the better it gets.
Another common thing I have seen in caffeine is that people who do consume coffee often find themselves having jitters. I know, it does not sound like a big issue but for people who do go through these, it does happen to a big issue that can also hinder with their overall performance. That is why being careful is the key in this situation.