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    Default does your vision go blurry and can't focus as well after drinking coffee

    or is that just me? Is that a normal reaction to coffee.

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    It's not normal, kiddo. Mention it to your doctor.

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    Stop drinking so much caffeine.

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    Only when I slip some vodka in my coffee.

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    First, caffeine is a vasoconstictor (it shrinks your blood vessels) thereby, it increases your heart rate and blood pressure. This is why caffeine is so effective for treating headaches.

    Second, caffeine is also a diuretic (it makes you pee).

    Therefore, if you are already dehydrated, then the caffeine will not have enough blood volume to shrink down the vessels to increase your blood pressure, and the caffeine will increase your dehydration to make you more tired.

    Drink at least 3 to 4- 8 ounce glasses of water before drinking one cup of coffee. You will run to the bathroom in 20 minutes, but you see that you will have more pep and energy and use the 3 to 4 rule with every cup. You will find that you need less coffee to give you more energy
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Only when I slip some vodka in my coffee.
    why not whiskey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saudade View Post
    Stop drinking so much caffeine.
    it happens even after only one cup of coffee. I've never been able to study after drinking coffee. of course I can't seem to focus before either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    it happens even after only one cup of coffee.
    If you're taking any kind of med, OTC or prescription, they might be interacting with the coffee and giving you blurred vision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    why not whiskey?
    Indeed. Why not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    If you're taking any kind of med, OTC or prescription, they might be interacting with the coffee and giving you blurred vision.
    I do take meds, I don't know. It did start after I started this one med.

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