Yep just like with anything, if you find yourself becoming addicted to it or having major alterations in your body from the intake of anything, then there's some assessment required about it. Also considering the starting point, like drinking coffee to get a particular 'high' or 'keep you awake' and stuff like that, where there are other options that can be looked at, like eating properly and exercising to have better energy levels, this was discussed in the =https://eqafe.com/p/energy-drink-addic ... gy Drinks
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On another note, also cool to not go through life fearing taking things because of them supporting mind systems. My current perspective is that we decide what we ingest and the reason behind it, so that's how we know whether we are feeding our body for proper support and nourishment or we are feeding the mind such as wanting to get a high or get hyperactive etc. So it's all about the starting point of it.
My current experience is I've drank coffee for 2/3 of my life on a regular basis, currently I drink 2 cups a day and that's it. Before I probably would drink a lot more than that and noticed that I made it a habit more than an enjoyment. Currently is a point of enjoyment and also a necessity based on the fact that I do get headaches if I don't drink at least one cup of coffee a day, so yep, it is currently a decision I make to live like that - not good or bad - but about assessing any long term effects on my body and deciding accordingly whether to continue drinking or not - that's in terms of health and considering that, each case as in each person is different, so I suggest you can do an overall check about your relationship with these drinks, so as to not create an absolute rule towards them, but learn who you are as a drinker of both.