“Coffee Jitters might go unnoticed if you happen to be a fast typist, but I like sewing by hand and for the life of me I can’t thread a needle even after just a single cup!” commented one of our dear customers with a playful twinkle in her eye.
Non-coffee drinkers assume that coffee jitters are a bad sign. Of course, there is such a thing as drinking too much coffee and determining whether this is the case for you is a worthy endeavor. However, cutting down on your coffee intake or switching to decaf are not the only solutions, nor does it have to be a struggle should this be the route you choose.
You might want to try this one trick first, though. Would you be shocked to learn that you can restore your body’s stability simply by drinking more water?
But coffee is made with water! Ah yes, but it is a diuretic also. If you’re a heavy coffee drinker, this can lead to mood swings and those classic java jitters. Incidentally, if you have the jitters, check your mood, and vice versa. Then, follow this formula: drink 2 cups of water for every cup of coffee.
Bonus: The way we see it, this is another good reason to own a favorite mug and a favorite water bottle. Try it!
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