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medical illustration of How does caffeine work in our body?
After drinking a cup of coffee, its caffeine reaches the digestive tract where it is quickly absorbed. It then passes to the liver, where it is metabolized, passes into the blood, and reaches the brain. In the brain, it tricks the receptors of neurons and takes the place of adenosine, since they have similar structures, thus blocking the relaxing effects of this last molecule.
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How does caffeine work in our body? After drinking a cup of coffee, its caffeine reaches the digestive tract where it is quickly absorbed. It then passes to the liver, where it is metabolized, passes into the blood, and reaches the brain. In the brain, it tricks the receptors of neurons and takes the place of adenosine, since they have similar structures, thus blocking the relaxing effects of this last molecule.

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