Suppz Caffeine 200mg 60 Tablets
Suppz Caffeine 200mg 60 Tablets
Need a boost of energy and focus? Suppz Caffeine tablets can provide that extra power you need when your day needs an extra kick. Each tablet contains 200mg (3-4 times the amount in a standard cup of coffee) of caffeine, which makes it easy to customize your caffeine intake.
- Provides lasting energy
- No jitters or crash (due to slow release of tablet formulation)
- Promotes fat loss (caffeine is a known metabolism booster)
- Great for studying, work, or long drives
Suppz Caffeine Tablets Caffeine Content
Each tablet contains 200mg of pure caffeine in convenient tablet form. Perfect for pre-workout, studying, work, or long drives.
For maximum effects for increased energy and focus, take 1 tablet 20 minutes before activity.
For prolonged effects consume 1 tablet every 4-6 hours as needed. Use caution; caffeine is a stimulant that may cause you to lose sleep if used too late in the day.
Note: Do not exceed 4 tablets in a 24 hour period under any circumstances.
Suppz Caffeine 200mg tablets contain NO ephedrine, DMAA or banned substances of any kind.
Do Caffeine Pills Work?
Caffeine pills, like coffee or other caffeine-containing drinks, help you stay awake. They can be helpful if you feel tired or drowsy.
Caffeine pills can have side effects just like other forms of caffeine. Side effects include:
- Acid reflux
- A excessive thirst
- Heart rate for racing
- Sleep paralysis
Caffeine pills should not be used as a substitute for sleep. Talk to your doctor if you feel tired or drowsy frequently.
Are Caffeine Pills Safe?
Adults can consume up to 400 mg of caffeine daily. This is equivalent to consuming 3-5 cups of coffee per day or taking 2-4 caffeine tablets.
It is difficult to drink too much caffeine with coffee, as it would take 20 to 30 cups.
Pills are fast and easy so it's easier to get too much caffeine. You may forget how many pills are taken if you keep taking more to stay awake.
Too many caffeine pills can lead to serious side effects. Overdosing on caffeine pills can lead to coma and even death.
Avoid High Levels of Caffeine
A high dose of caffeine can be dangerous, especially if the supplement products contain high levels of caffeine. Because it is difficult to accurately measure caffeine amounts, it can be easy to get a dangerous, potentially life-threatening dose.
Do not mix caffeine pills with carbonated beverages or energy drinks. This could increase the risk of overdosing.
Caffeine is a stimulant drug and it's possible for you to become dependent on them. You may develop dependence if you continue to take caffeine pills. You may experience withdrawal symptoms such as dizziness and headaches, nervousness and fatigue, as well as nausea if you stop taking caffeine pills.
How to Safely Take Caffeine Pills
Follow the directions on the label of your caffeine pill or ask your doctor about how to take your caffeine pills.
These are some general guidelines to follow:
- Limit your daily intake of caffeine to 400mg. Caffeine, such as tea, coffee, chocolate milk, and sodas, can contain added caffeine. You might be better off avoiding them if you are taking caffeine pills.
- Do not take caffeine pills near your bedtime if you are trying to fall asleep.
- Talk to your doctor before you take any over-the-counter medication, such as allergy or cold medications.
- Caffeine pills can cause a rise in blood sugar levels so avoid grapefruit juice.
- You should be alert for signs of an overdose such as a rapid heartbeat, anxiety, nervousness, irritability and trouble sleeping.
Who Should Avoid Caffeine Tablets?
Caffeine pills should not be taken by children under 12 years of age. Talk to your doctor if you are an adolescent, young adult or a parent about taking caffeine pills. Make sure they don't mix them up with alcohol or any other drugs. It may be best to limit caffeine if you are pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or nursing.
If you are a smoker or have ever taken caffeine pills, ask your doctor whether it is safe to consume them.
- Heart problems
- High blood pressure
- Liver disease
- Stomach ulcer
- Mixing caffeine pills with certain supplements or medications may pose a risk to your health. If you are taking any of these medications, talk to your doctor.
- MAOIs such as Carbex and Eldepryl, Marplan and Nardil.
If you don't sleep well, it is not a good idea to take caffeine pills or tablets.
Avoid caffeine pills if you don't get enough sleep. It is possible to fall into a vicious cycle of taking caffeine pills to stay awake. This can lead you to a sleep deficiency. This could lead to difficulty staying awake during the day. The cycle goes on.
If you experience persistent fatigue, drowsiness or difficulty sleeping, talk to your doctor.