Many people consider the morning is not complete if it has not been sipping a cup of coffee. Enjoyment of coffee drinking appears to be the main reason for people to continue this habit. But, other than for reasons of pleasure, drink coffee also has a series of benefits for the health that we need to know.
1. Coffee making sexual arousal still raging
A study conducted by the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, the United States found that men who drank 85 to 170 milligrams of caffeine per day turned out to be 42 percent less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction than men who did not consume coffee at all.
Men who drank 171 to 303 milligrams of caffeine per day proved to be 39 percent less likely affected by erectile dysfunction.
Metro.co.uk reported study used data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey concluded that caffeine makes the penis more relaxed muscles thus increasing the blood flow. Blood flow is what will make stronger erections.
2. The smell of coffee can get rid of stress
Why so tempting aroma of coffee? Scientists at Seoul National University, as quoted from Standard.co.uk brains of rats experiencing stress because of sleep less. Then the researchers presenting the aroma of coffee to the presence of rats.
Apparently, there are changes that occur in the brains of rats that stress when they breathe in the aroma of coffee. Although it has not been shown to help lighten the stress in general, the coffee can fight fatigue symptoms are often upset.
3. Coffee is good for your heart
A study in 2006 found that drinking at least one cup of coffee per day will reduce to 20 percent the risk of cirrhosis of the liver disease, which is a long-term liver damage or cause chronic injury to the liver. Progression of the disease that is slowly being replaced by healthy tissue resulting in damaged tissue.
Arthur L Klatsky who examined it to The Guardian said, “Consuming coffee turned out to have protective benefits against alcoholic cirrhosis, and the more coffee a person consumed, the less risk they had for developing alcoholic cirrhosis.”
4. Coffee lowers risk of Alzheimer’s disease
All humans certainly do not want to grow old. With an estimated number of people with Alzheimer’s will increase by one million people in 2025 according to the Alzheimer’s Society, memory loss and sharpness of thought is a fear for many people.
But fortunately there is coffee. According to a study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease in 2010, those who drank three to five cups per day will reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease by 65 percent in old age.
5. The coffee is good for sportsmen
A report published in the New York Times revealed that drinking coffee before exercise will actually improve the performance of athletes. Coffee will increase the fatty acids in the bloodstream so that the muscles can absorb or burn more fat as energy for the body.
Even the British runner, Mo Farah, said in an interview with The Guardian that he usually drank a cup of coffee 20 minutes before the race.
6. Coffee lowers risk of diabetes
Scientists from the department of Nutrition and Dietetics at Harokopio University, Athens, Greece, said anti-inflammatory effects in coffee is the cause why these drinks reduce the risk of diabetes.
7. Coffee can help burn fat
Did you know that caffeine is almost always to be found in all the fat-burning supplements. The reason is because caffeine is a natural substance that has been proven to help burn fat.