Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Caffeine And The Negative Cognitive Impact Of Alcohol

Mittwoch 9. Dezember 2009 von htm

Caffeine Doesn’t Reverse The Negative Cognitive Impact Of Alcohol, Study Shows. People who drink may want to know that coffee won’t sober them up, according to new laboratory research. Instead, a cup of coffee may make it harder for people to realize they’re drunk. What’s more, popular caffeinated „alcohol-energy“ drinks don’t neutralize alcohol intoxication, suggest the findings from a mouse study reported in the journal Behavioral Neuroscience, which is published by the American Psychological Association. „The myth about coffee’s sobering powers is particularly important to debunk because the co-use of caffeine and alcohol could actually lead to poor decisions with disastrous outcomes,“ said co-author Thomas Gould, PhD, of Temple University, in extending the research to what it means for humans. (Source: Medical News Today, 12/8/09)

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