Coffee And Parkinson’s Disease – Is Caffeine Good or Bad?

Coffee And Parkinson’s Disease – Is Caffeine Good or Bad?


14 thoughts on “Coffee And Parkinson’s Disease – Is Caffeine Good or Bad?”

  1. Thanks for watching! Do you drink coffee? Do you think it helps or hurts your symptoms?

  2. Good article, and i'm glad it mentioned the pesticides ect that are found in most conventional coffees, so drink organic. It didn't mention the solvent extraction on most caffeine free coffees, or the caffeine content in the brew due to the Arabica /robusta ratio. All of these could factors affect the outcome of any test results.

  3. It definitely negatively impacts my father, but it could be a tolerance problem where if you start with small doses and build up resistance to caffeine, it can make you more resilient.

  4. I drink 2-3 cups a day with no increased tremors. I used to drink more when I worked. Has a study been done on alcohol use ? I’ve had PD for over 2 years now.

  5. Yes caffeine can cause damaging effects on the adrenal system and create dependence and tolerance on a daily basis. Not a safe drug to consume IMO as a physical therapist.

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