How do I know if it's coronavirus or just caffeine sensitivity? ?
I know this might sound reallly stupid but i am worried, i ate some chocolate coffee beans earlier and now it's become harder for me to breathe, and ive gotten a major migraine, nausea, and stomach ache, my hands are also shaking a lot, this hasnt happened the days before just today, stupid question i know but I just wanna know if these are symptoms after consuming caffeine??
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
if you dont have a fever then its
not the covid-19
you are allergic to coffee beans imho
take two teaspoons of antihistamine
syrup asap then every 6 hours
until breathing symptoms are gone
- Bone AloneLv 71 month ago
The sure way to know is to get tested. It won’t be comfortable having a swab poking into your nostril and going all the way to the nose bridge.
The shortness of breathe could be you being out of shape. Caffeine is a stimulator so your metabolism goes up and needs more oxygen and if you’re out of shape, it’ll be hard for you to breathe.
If you get a fever or lose your sense of smell and taste then you have COVID-19.
The problem with COVID-19 is that it has so many symptoms. Conjunctivitis (pink eye) if you got infected through the eyes, COVID toes, diarrhea, coughing.
- TarkarriLv 71 month ago
They can also be symptoms of caffeine withdrawal.
I get a migraine if I go more than 36 hours without caffeine in some form.
It was easier to go back to a daily coffee than take the caffeine laced tablets my doctor prescribed for my migraines.