Why You Should Cut Caffeine.

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Ben Smith
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1 year ago

Definitely think I’ll be giving this a try in the not too distant future!

Tom Stockton
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1 year ago
Reply to  Ben Smith

I’ve just finished 30 days of no caffeine. Would get bad migraines when coming off of it which was the hardest part. Definitely recommend as I feel great now. Easy to forget what natural energy feels like when you’re constantly stimmed up.

Ben Smith
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1 year ago
Reply to  Tom Stockton

Longest I’ve intentionally gone was around a week or so and by the end of it I was fucked getting headaches constantly but by the sounds of it once you’re over that hill it’s golden, might be one for January that!🤔

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