1. Home

  2. Habit Directory

  3. Consume Caffeine
Consume Caffeine

Consume Caffeine

Discover More Habits
Consume Caffeine infographic
Pencil icon


Caffeine reduces your feelings of fatigue which can add a boost to your day to day routine. Caffeine comes in many forms including coffee, tea, soda, energy drinks, and even some foods such as chocolate or energy bars.

Finger up icon

Possible Benefits

  • Increased metabolism 
  • Burn more fat
  • Be more alert and productive
  • Caffeine is an antioxidant
  • Can give you more energy
Gear icon

Required Equipment

  • Coffee pot, coffee beans
  • Tea Bags
  • Hot water
  • Cup
  • Access to a grocery store or coffee shop
Question mark icon

How to Do It

Pick your choice of caffeine (coffee, tea, soda, energy drink, food item) and slowly ingest the caffeine over a long period of time so that its effects can be maximized. If you are drinking caffeine, be sure to sip water with it so that you do not become dehydrated.

Gear icon

Why it works

Caffeine is a chemical called trimethylxanthine that binds to the adenosine receptors in your brain causing cell activity to speed up. This is what makes you feel less tired. Caffeine also releases dopamine which is a chemical that contributes to pleasure.

Clock icon

Time Commitment

5-10 minutes

Calendar icon

Suggested Frequency

Once per day

Clock icon

Time of Day

Anytime (suggested you have caffeine one hour after waking up)

Finger up icon

Gurus/Celebrities/Doing it

Jackie Chan

Ariana Grande

David Letterman

Jerry Seinfeld

Warning icon

Possible Side Effects

  • Nausea
  • Increased heart rate
  • Insomnia
  • Addiction
  • Dehydration
Notes icon


Caffeine works best approximately one hour after consumption and its effects last for about four to six hours.

Category icon


 Energy  Productivity  Focus  Creativity  Memory  Sharpness
Discover More Habits

More Habits

Rate Habit

Consume Caffeine

Contact us





Thank you

Thank you for your message. It has been sent.