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  1. #1 Best way to get over caffeine tolerance 
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    If I'm trying to get over my caffeine tolerance by abstaining from caffeine, what would be the more effective approach:


    1) When I feel tired, try to resist going to sleep. This way, the body will get the message: better adapt to staying awake since that seems to be what's going on.


    2) When I feel tired, sleep. This way, the body will get the message: better try to stay awake more since I'm sleeping more than usual.


    Or do neither have any effect on how quickly my tolerance goes down?


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    Caffeine tolerance is different to caffeine sensitivity. Tolerance is acquired over time, while caffeine sensitivity refers to one’s genetic predisposition to processing the caffeine molecule.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gib65 View Post
    If I'm trying to get over my caffeine tolerance by abstaining from caffeine, what would be the more effective approach:


    1) When I feel tired, try to resist going to sleep. This way, the body will get the message: better adapt to staying awake since that seems to be what's going on.


    2) When I feel tired, sleep. This way, the body will get the message: better try to stay awake more since I'm sleeping more than usual.


    Or do neither have any effect on how quickly my tolerance goes down?
    caffeine sensitivity refers
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    Quote Originally Posted by taosdt12 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gib65 View Post
    If I'm trying to get over my caffeine tolerance by abstaining from caffeine, what would be the more effective approach:


    1) When I feel tired, try to resist going to sleep. This way, the body will get the message: better adapt to staying awake since that seems to be what's going on.


    2) When I feel tired, sleep. This way, the body will get the message: better try to stay awake more since I'm sleeping more than usual.


    Or do neither have any effect on how quickly my tolerance goes down?
    caffeine sensitivity refers
    Another of those "glitches"?
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