Caffeine reduces chance of accidents

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Long distance drivers using caffeine drinks are 63% less likely to accidents than drivers who do not. Even if they drive longer and sleep less, according to recent Australian scientific research.

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According to this study, 43% of the investigated drivers used caffeine-containing agents such as coffee, tea, caffeine pills, energy drinks (redbull etc.) to stay awake. Approximately 3% of drivers used prohibited agents such as amphetamine (speed), methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy), and cocaine.

The study compared between 2008 and 2011 in New South Wales and West Australia 530 drivers who had an accident in the past 12 months with 517 drivers without accidents.

The study showed that caffeinated beverages could reduce the risk of accidents for professional drivers driving long distances, but regular breaks, naps and decent work schedules are more important. Coffee and energy drinks are not a good replacement for sleep.

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