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Caffeine acts on the brain by blocking the binding of the molecule adenosine, which would normally cause feelings of drowsiness.

What else is that caffeine causes some degree of vasoconstriction in the blood vessels leading to the brain, thus leading to a slightly reduced blood flow. This is one of the reasons why caffeine should never ever be over-consumed, and should be handled with care.

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No keto diet for me during conventions! Went to @rosecityanime today and had Canadian breakfast for the first time in like a year.
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Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons (“Timmies”) is the Canadian version of Dunkin Donuts. Its history is so Canadian it’s named after hockey player Tim Horton - the apostrophe was dropped so the name makes more sense in Quebec. They are finally making their way into the states, but have been in US border cities like Rochester for a while. The most common order is a “double double,” that is, a coffee with two creams and two sugars.