drinking coffee to study

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So i drink coffee to stay up for studying, and one coffee can make me stay up for longgg to study
But like rn i drank one starbucks frappuchino so i can study for my exams, and i'm feeling so excited/nervous (idk which one) and im kinda shaking and i cant focus on studying at all. this never happened before but now its slowly been happening. how can i prevent this? my hands are literally shaking while writing this lol
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Have something with less caffeine and less sugar
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Lmao your plan backfired. Maybe take something with less caffeine.

I can't relate tbh because caffeine doesn't seem to work on me lol.
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Starbucks is probably (imo) one of the worst places for coffee - specifically concerning the iced ones which have gained popularity. They're packed with sweeteners and sugar which make you tick off and just burn you out after 20 mins. Might as well be drinking an energy drink with the amount of additional sugars.

Honestly a nice black brew is the healthiest coffee for you, as well as just adding milk. I just use the Tesco blend. Tastes like tar but it does the trick. If you're just using black coffee, then maybe try adding less, either drop down by a scoop or half.
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You might have been consuming caffeine in much higher amounts than usual, so it could be side effects of that, if you aren't used to it. Try to replace caffeine with herbal teas and water, and see if that helps.
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