This is what happens to your body when you quit drinking coffee

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Breaking up with coffee might be a bitter pill to swallow but it could bring certain health benefits to caffeine addicts.

A daily dose of joe is not always a bad thing.

Some studies show coffee can keep metabolism up and lower some risks to cancer or even Alzheimer’s.

But there are some benefits to freeing up from caffeine in a cup.

It could improve your sleep, daily coffee intake can alter your rem cycle and cause a restless night in bed.

Coffee can also keep you from absorbing important nutrients.

If you have high blood pressure, you might want to get away from the java, because it stimulates the nervous system.

For women, coffee can affect estrogen levels, which can increase certain cancer risks.

You’ll whiten your smile too, tannin in coffee and acidity levels affect your tooth enamel and brightness of teeth.

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