Is it good or bad to drink coffee in the morning once you get up?

Coffe in the morning

All right, people, fasten your seatbelts because this is a dispute that is as heated as a raging inferno in a coffee bean factory, and I am here to witness it myself!

If I’m being completely honest, there are times when I feel like I’m riding a human seesaw. One day, I’m all about “Coffee the moment I wake up!”, and the next, I’m like, “Hold off for an hour – your body will thank you.” I assure you, it’s like riding a rollercoaster!

Let’s get down to business. Surely, coffee is a wonderful source of caffeine. We get a boost of energy from caffeine. But this is where things start to get strange. There is a hormone in your body that is called cortisol. Think of it as the alarm clock that is located inside of you. It spikes naturally when you wake up, providing you a jolt of energy.

What exactly is the issue? Consuming coffee at a time when your cortisol is already functioning is considered to be analogous to adding an additional alarm clock that is set to FULL VOLUME. It is possible that your body may eventually become accustomed to the double-whammy, which will cause your natural wake-up process to become a little bit erratic and will cause you to feel more exhausted. Not at all what we are looking for.

Yet, hold on! Hold on to your horses, you coffee addicts! Some folks are adamant that they cannot live without their morning cup of coffee. In all honesty, I do understand. What is that odour? Heavenly in nature. What is the ceremony? To be valued.

Be patient with me as I go all scientific when I get to this point. It turns out that some research suggest that delaying the consumption of coffee until a little while after waking up may make the caffeine more effective.

A more substantial increase in energy. “Nah, family, your body is aware of what’s going on,” the findings of previous studies suggest. Your mind is completely blown.

What’s the bottom line? It’s a matter of personal preference, a biological experiment that you do over the course of several weeks or months, monitoring how you feel with varying times of coffee consumption.

What’s even more shocking is that it could potentially be different from one day to the next! Attitudes towards stress, the quality of sleep you get, even the food you eat and when you eat it all appear to play a part.

So, what really ought you to do?

Become someone who is able to monitor your own body. Take note of how you feel after drinking coffee early as opposed to drinking it later. A half an hour later, are you alert, nervous, concentrated, or sleepy? Even if it changes from day to day, that is the solution you are looking for.


Stay hydrated first. I need water, my guys! Consuming coffee after a night of sleep can make your body feel much more dehydrated than it already is. After you have finished your bean juice, drink a glass of agua.


Remain committed to the routine. Despite the fact that you are not going to be drinking coffee right away, you might try sipping hot water with lemon or your preferred tea. In addition to providing you with a sense of comfort, the habit also serves as a signal to your brain that begins the day.


Should we have coffee first thing in the morning? A mouthwatering mystery awaits you. Let’s embrace the ambiguity, my fellow caffeine enthusiasts, and try out different beverage combinations in order to find the ideal cup of coffee.