I ALREADY HAVE A ROUGH OUTLINE OF THE PAPER, I JUST NEED TO TO BE TURNED INTO A ROUGH DRAFT. I WILL INCLUDE SOME OTHER LINKS THAT I WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO USE PLEASE. THE PAPER IS ABOUT TOO MUCH CAFFEINE INTAKE AND THE DANGERS OF CAFFEINE PILLS AND OTHER UNNATURAL FORMS OF CAFFEINE. https://vertavahealth.com/blog/caffeine-pill-abuse…FEEL FREE TO USE ANY OTHER SOURCES YOU DEEM CREDIBLE. IT DOESNT HAVE TO BE PERFECT, JUST A ROUGH DRAFT APA FORMAT.Week 2 Assignment
Tigran Danielyan
West Coast University
CAPS 401: General Education Capstone
Dr. Agadjanian
November 15, 2020
Week 2 Assignment
Introduction
Caffeine has been around for some time now, and millions of Americans across the
country cannot start their morning without it (including myself). However, an important question
we, as coffee lovers, tend to ignore is: How much caffeine is too much caffeine? Like I
mentioned in last week’s paper, my ultimate goal is to raise awareness of the negative effects of
too much caffeine. After doing some in depth research, I came across three scholarly articles that
I will individually discuss below.
Which Body Systems are Affected?
Although caffeine is ingested through the digestive system, there are other body systems
that are affected. Essentially, the nervous system is mainly impacted, despite the amount of
caffeine being consumed. According to ​MedlinePlus, c​ affeine “stimulates your central nervous
system, which can make you feel more awake and give you a boost of energy.” While a “boost of
energy” may seem like a favorable encounter with caffeine, it is critical to be aware of the
potential risks that caffeine may impose on the human body.
The first research article is titled, ​Caffeine Effects on Cardiovascular and
Neuroendocrine Responses to Acute Psychosocial Stress and Their Relationship to Level of
Habitual Caffeine Consumption. ​Within the conducted research, “The effects of a moderate dose
of caffeine on cardiovascular and neuroendocrine stress reactivity were examined in 25 healthy
male subjects selected as habitual or light consumers of caffeine” (Lane, 320). The credibility of
the authors’ credentials, and their financial support from the National Institutes of Health
authorized the use of this article for my research.
Article 2
The second article I will be using is titled, ​Caffeine consumption and self-assessed stress,
anxiety, and depression in secondary school children​. ​This study “aimed to present
cross-sectional data from the Cornish Academies Project to investigate associations between
caffeine consumption and stress, anxiety, and depression in secondary school children”
(Richards, Gareth, Smith, 1). Overall, the research in this article has been conducted
professionally, given the plethora of
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relevant statistical data and factual graphics. The study itself was also conducted via institutional
affiliations.
Article 3
The final article that I will be incorporating in my paper is titled, ​The buzz about caffeine
and health.​ This article, published by Harvard Medical School, directly covers the effects of
caffeine on the human body. According to ​Harvard Health Publishing​, the article discusses the
“​latest science says about caffeine’s influence on your heart, memory, sex life, and exercise
performance.” ​The institution providing the article is undoubtedly a reputable source,
immediately catching my attention as I was browsing the internet for credibility.
References
Lane, J D, et al. “Caffeine Effects on Cardiovascular and Neuroendocrine Responses to
Acute Psychosocial Stress and Their Relationship to Level of Habitual Caffeine
Consumption.” ​Psychosomatic Medicine​, vol. 52, no. 3, 1990, pp. 320–336.,
doi:10.1097/00006842-199005000-00006.
Publishing, Harvard Health. “The Buzz about Caffeine and Health.” ​Harvard Health,​
www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/the-buzz-about-caffeine-and-health.
Richards, Gareth, and Andrew Smith. “Caffeine Consumption and Self-Assessed Stress,
Anxiety, and Depression in Secondary School Children.” ​Journal of
Psychopharmacology (Oxford, England)​, SAGE Publications, Dec. 2015,
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4668773/.

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