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Exercise May Boost Your Energy Level as Much as a Cup of Coffee

3 days ago   |   By Cathe Friedrich

Is a trip to Starbucks part of your morning routine? Many people start their day with a cup of caffeinated coffee to help them get going after they roll out of bed and get ready for the upcoming day. Caffeine is a stimulant that increases the activity of the sympathetic nervous system, the “fight or flight” portion. So, it's not surprising that consuming caffeine when you aren't used to it can cause nervousness and a rapid heart rate, but it also makes you feel more alert and ready to take on the day.
However, you may get equal results by skipping the coffee and exercising instead, even...
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