Monday, June 13, 2011

MS and Coffee or Multiple Sclerosis and Coffee

Is MS and coffee or Multiple Sclerosis and coffee drinking a good idea?

After you have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, could drinking coffee or eating foods containing coffee, as an ingredient, cause problems with aggravating the symptoms of MS?

There are pros and cons, when it comes to drinking coffee or eating foods that contain coffee, as an ingredient, after you have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

Not all caffeine is the same. Coffee metabolizes differently, than the caffeine in chocolate or tea or other foods or drink, but there are a few things that drinking coffee can aggravate, when it comes to also having Multiple Sclerosis.

Drinking coffee or eating other foods that contain coffee can cause some MS symptoms to become worse, especially if coffee is something that you drink most days of the week.

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Nicole said...

I'm embarrassed to admit I didn't realize the (-) impact of coffee on MS. said...

Don't worry about it. Not everyone reacts to coffee the same way anyway, but people with Multiple Sclerosis over react to many things. This is just something worth considering or discussing with your doctor, if you appear to be having a problem when you drink coffee too often, after you have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.