With brain injuries, it is not recommended anymore to keep patients awake because
people with a concussion need to sleep to recover. In the days before head CT scanning was widely available, the only way to know if someone had life-threatening brain bleeding (which occurs in less than 0.1 percent of those with concussion) was to observe him for a ...
That study does indeed exist, and several outlets (1, 2, 3, 4) refer to it. It was conducted by Yoshihiko Koga, a japanese psychiatrist and professor at Kyorin University. It was originally cited, but not linked to, in the japanese website Excite.co.jp. I could not, however, find a link to the paper itself. The abovementioned outlets link to the supposed ...
No, nothing will "sober up" a drunk; only time does that. What coffee does is provide caffeine, a stimulant. The stimulant effects will increase alertness, but they will do nothing for perception, coordination, balance or judgement. So, as mentioned in comments, all coffee gives you is an alert drunk.
And sure, alcohol plus coffee is two diuretics, so it's ...
You would have a history of seizures even if they occured 5 years ago. Histories of disorders go back decades(your lifetime), especially if there is risk of recurrence as in cancer or seizures.
Use cautiously in patients with history of seizures, based on reports
of seizures due to gingko seed ingestion.
Since you need to use it cautiously ...
For activity you need energy, try eating foods that contain polysaccharides. That's what athletes eat before triathlon.
Reference : https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbohydrate
Monosaccharides help for short time energy boost although they can turn into fats if not used.