How long after drinking coffee does it take for your blood pressure to go back down?

How long after drinking coffee does it take for your blood pressure to go back down?

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  1. Reviews of caffeine’s acute effect on blood pressure indicate changes of 3-15 mm Hg systolic and 4-13 mm Hg diastolic. Typically, blood pressure changes occur within 30 minutes, peak in 1-2 hours, and may persist for more than 4 hours.

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  2. Good question. It varies depending on the person and how much coffee was consumed. A cup of coffee is supposed to be 8 oz and contain about 100 mg of caffeine. Most coffee drinkers use mugs that contains more than 8 oz. The liver has to change caffeine into other substances before the kidneys filter it out. If enough coffee were consumed, the person knows when the caffeine has all been processed because of a sudden caffeine crash. FYI…caffeine is a drug that causes a physical addiction, but it is the only addiction that has a complete cure. Caffeine addiction is completely cured by simply abstaining from it for around 72 hours. A heavy caffeine user will usually suffer from physical withdrawal symptoms during that period. These may include severe headache, fatigue, sleepiness, irritability, and constipation. After the 72 hours, we know a cure has occurred because the person’s tolerance automatically becomes lowered and there are no physical or psychological cravings…except for temptation of the beverage flavor itself. I you drink just 1 8oz cup of coffee, it is usually completely out of you system in 2 hours or less.

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