Caffeine is also something that must be cut too. We’re not talking about regular coffee either. This applies to anything that has caffeine such as some pops and iced coffee.
On top of some people being more sensitive to caffeine, it also lingers in our body for longer than you might think. Even for the most tolerant of people, caffeine stays in our body for roughly 12 hours. That means after six hours, only half of it is gone.
So in other words, if you’re someone who drinks coffee (or anything caffeinated) throughout the day, there’s good odds that caffeine is in your body still while you’re sleeping. Why this creates a problem is the fact that caffeine is a stimulus to keep us up.