Words nearby caffeinated
How to use caffeinated in a sentence
While caffeinated beverages will likely make you have to pee, that effect is temporary, and won’t have a considerable effect on your overall hydration balance.
It also might surprise you that consuming caffeinated beverages, such as tea or coffee, which are often considered diuretics, don’t actually dehydrate you.
Take, for example, his fascination with the theory that Europe’s 17th-century cultural revolutions were sparked by a switch from drunken to caffeinated brains.
A caffeinated beverage might help — but not too late in the day, because it could adversely affect your overnight sleep.Nap time is the new coffee break. Here’s how to make the most of it.|Galadriel Watson|February 1, 2021|Washington Post
So in the afternoon, I help myself to a mix of spices, herbs, flowers, and citrus to make a non-caffeinated drink that fits my mood.Mix your own delicious herbal tea using leftover spices|By Kristy Mucci/Saveur|December 4, 2020|Popular-Science
A “caffeine nap,” or a quick cup of something caffeinated followed by a nap, outperforms both a nap or caffeine independently.
The lightly caffeinated beverage tapered my appetite while ensuring I had some nutrition.
“Cutting back on caffeinated and alcoholic beverages and increasing exercise can also improve sleep patterns,” she says.
Several espresso-mobiles (a brilliant innovation) were set up to keep the crowd caffeinated.
[Vogue U.K.] Caffeinated Perfume—the Newest Way to Stay Awake: Forget the coffee and energy drinks.Cara Delevingne's Face Gets Made Into a Cake; Harper's Bazaar U.K. to Launch Online Exhibit Featuring Model Self-Portraits|The Fashion Beast Team|August 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for caffeinated
- with no natural caffeine removed
- with added caffeine