Caffeine in the body raises blood pressure. It also increases heart rate. Caffeine is something that should be consumed in moderation by most people, to avoid problems.
Caffeine is a stimulant that temporarily reduce the sensation of being tired. Extreme amounts of caffeine can cause health problems.
No. It's not recommended as the caffeine is a stimulant and can cause problems with cardiac patients. If they do consume caffeine it is recommended to keep the caffeine intake to a minimum at least.
Everyone is free to make their own choice, so if you're choice is not to conceive, then no one can judge you about that, but the only problem that can occur for you is that your partner or the person who you'll be with might want to conceive and might want to have children and have a family, so to avoid having problems in any future relationship you get involved in, you have to make sure that your partner doesn't want to conceive too, and as long as you have an agreement about that, then you won't have any problems.
For healthy adults at low dosages, no. Those who have heart problems, are pregnant, etc. should not take caffeine.
Yes, you can take antibiotics after drinking wine. However, this is not advised because it can cause problems with the antibiotics being absorbed properly.
Caffeine is alright in small amounts, but too much can be dangerous to your health. On a lower level, too much caffeine can cause insomnia (problems sleeping), jittery-ness, anxiety, and a "crash" of caffeine drop later in the day. On a more serious level, too mucb caffeine can cause heart problems, like murmurs or skipped / too many beats. In a pregnant woman, caffeine can cause organ problems, developmental disabilities, and severe heart risks for the child. (Some easy ways to cut out caffeine is to get de-caf coffee or sodas.)
Caffeine may cause problems for people with certain medical conditions or who are taking certain medicines.
It can cause bad anxiety and jitterness, even numbness in extremities. As far as major health problems, its important to limit caffeine when pregnant because it can cause birth defects. Caffeine is also a natural diuretic so you will urinate more, so I guess if all you drink is caffeine you may have a bit of dehydration.
Yes, but there may be some problems.