In the United States, studies say almost 90% of people consume some kind of caffeine daily, and about 50% drink coffee every day, according to the American Migraine Foundation.
Caffeine also has many well-researched benefits, regular coffee drinking is associated with a higher metabolic rate, lower risks of Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, coronary heart disease in women, various nervous system diseases, and suicide, according to the American Heart Association.
Coffee is not for everyone, and most of these benefits should only be expected under certain conditions. For example, if you’re a sugar and cream in your coffee person, you negate many positives. On top of that, it can also be highly addictive and dangerous when consumed in excess.