Why does hot coffee make me pee a lot?

Why does hot coffee make me pee a lot?

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  1. Caffeine is a diuretic. It makes the body excrete more water (as pee) than it would without the caffeine. This is part of the reason why, in some cultures, coffee is accompanied by a glass of water.

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  2. Coffee containing caffeine is a bladder irritant and a diuretic making everything move faster – your bladder, kidneys, heart rate, and bowels. Too much coffee and not enough “free fluids” – namely water – and you are hosting an environment for kidneys stones as well.

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  3. Caffeine is a diuretic, that is, it stimulates urination. Coffee and tea will make you have to go more, and can be dehydrating. (Alcohol has a similar effect, hence the Archie Bunker joke that you don’t buy beer, but only rent it.)
    Make sure to drink some water in addition to your tea or coffee.

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  4. 2 reason. Coffee is a mild diuretic which means it signals the kidney to pass more water to the bladder. Specifically we are talking about the effect of caffeine and this is true for all caffeinated drinks.
    This is not a big effect (there should be a metaphor); for a more complete discussion by doctors that actually know something and are paid by the Mayo Clinic (where your masks are still de rigueur for the moment) to create content go here.
    The myth about caffeine and dehydration
    The second effect is also caused by caffeine and this is as a direct stimulant in the bladder. Caffeine is cleared and concentrated in the urine and acts as a stimulant when it arrives in the bladder. This would make you urinate frequently but have little affect on the volume but a 12 ounce Grandee would be adequate,

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