Coffee Linked to 'Hallucinations'
Durham University asked 200 students about their caffeine intake. About 3% of them told researchers they had seen things that were not there. The researchers wrongly concluded that this was a case of too much caffeine. While that buzz brew may have contributed, my guess is that it's not the whole picture.
Very frequently people who live for that java jolt are not all that concerned with their diet or lifestyle. They live for the buzz. So it is no surprise that after awhile their body gets to an overload point and then their brain makes up a movie in their heads.
The fact is, a cup of coffee a day won't hurt you. But if you don't watch your nutrition it will. To function properly, your brain needs good fats, vitamins and minerals - everyday, and in optimal amounts. Cutting back on nutrition for that caffeine crush is a road to la la land.
Follow the Raw Living Foods Lifestyle (stress reduction, optimal nutrition, sun and exercise) and you won't need the buzz because you will have your health.