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Old 08-27-2008, 11:36 PM
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Coffee makes me feel dizzy..

Does anyone here feel unwell like dizzy, feel like vomiting and having some palpitations after drinking coffee?

I have the above problems.

What do you do to make you feel better?
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Old 08-27-2008, 11:44 PM
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Instead of drinking coffee, drink green tea instead. It is much better for you and will also not make you feel sick *but give you the caffeine rush.

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Old 08-27-2008, 11:53 PM
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Great suggestions! wanna try that next time. for the mean time, I'll try to refrain from drinking coffee. (no matter how much I'm inlove of it)

Anyway, thanks for the input C.Whyte..
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maybe it's an allergy or something? is it all coffee? if not, maybe you just have a dodgy batch?


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Old 08-28-2008, 03:56 AM
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Does anyone here feel unwell like dizzy, feel like vomiting and having some palpitations after drinking coffee?

I have the above problems.

What do you do to make you feel better?
We have a coffee house chain in Canada called Tim Horton's. If I drink a couple cups of their coffee, I experience the symptoms which you describe above.

I can drink coffee at home all day and never experience these effects, but 2 cups of their stuff and I feel like my heart is going to jump through my chest. It's like drinking liquid cocaine. (serious!)

Tim Horton's has been accused on several occasions of spiking their coffee with addictive substances (such as nicotine) but independent studies have proven this to be false.

They definitely do something to it. Hyper-caffeinated somehow? Perhaps...
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Me, I drink coffee to make my mind work better at night or later than midnight whenever I do some late jobs. But my problem with coffee is that it triggers my nasal allergy so I sneeze.

How come it makes you dizzy?
 
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Old 08-28-2008, 04:19 AM
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am I allowed to mentioned the coffee house from which every time I drink their coffee I experienced those symptoms? oh well, it's starbucks coffee.. I dunno why.

@StarLab, we had the same scenario, when I'm @ home and drink coffee, I don't feel those things. Is it maybe because of some body chemical reactions or something? or could be because I had this high adsorption capacity for caffeine and my body can't take it? I need to get rid off this feeling!
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Don't drink in then bro. You may have low tolerance for caffeine. Waking up next ugly women dizzy, feel like vomiting and having some palpitations. I just stay away from them.
 
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have a cream on it, less coffee and little more of cream
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As said above, it sounds like caffeine. You could go decaf. Large amounts of caffeine-drenched soda can also cause those symptoms. They can also cause you to run up walls and speak in mystical languages that only other people on caffeine buzzes can comprehend.
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I'm sure it's pretty normal for people to be adversely effected by strange random things, including coffee. I know few people who don't drink it because they feel like it affects them in a similar way...
 
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well, try not to add too much whisky to your coffee, I used to be dizzy drinking it like that before so now, I drink them separately...lol
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It's possible that the blends of coffee that you are drinking at the coffee houses are more potent than those you buy from the store. I get Boca Java delivered to my house at least once a month, I'm spoiled when it comes to my coffee. The darker roasted coffee's and the exotic coffees(those from locations other than the norm) are more potent and coffee houses will make stronger coffee to impress with a more robust flavor than the regular home brewed coffee. So yes it quite probably is simply they have a higher caffeine content than your body likes to handle.

Another possibility would be circulatory problems, over loading your system with doses of caffeine can be similar to taking a stress test for your heart. It's possible there are some unknown issues. When was the last time you had a complete physical?
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As said above, it sounds like caffeine. You could go decaf. Large amounts of caffeine-drenched soda can also cause those symptoms. They can also cause you to run up walls and speak in mystical languages that only other people on caffeine buzzes can comprehend.
ewomack, you're a brilliant genius! I was gonna suggest decaf too.
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I only get dizzy when I'm drinking black coffee so I put cream on my coffee
 
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Try a nice cup of earl grey
 
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Me, well i dont like coffee right now its me sick sometimes, i suggest drink fresh milk its good to our health.. right?. hehehe
 
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...hmm...allergic to coffee???
then i think juice is better or tea
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I sometimes experienced the above mentioned sickness.

Perhaps we're too acidic that our body can no longer tolerate.
 
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There are a number of elements in coffee that you could be allergic to. As has already been mentioned caffeine is a big one but there are others as well.

Tea could be an excellent alternative.
 
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