Caffeine and Covid-19
As people are spending more and more time at their homes, there are bound to be changes in their lifestyles and eating habits; the primary reason being the easy access to everything. Be it in the form of munchies or caffeine our diets are no longer the same. And all this is happening without people realizing this fact. So, to bring this issue into the cognizance of the world, we conducted a poll with 1,801 respondents. We asked them a simple question of whether their caffeine intake had increased at home, to which the majority replied with an affirmative. 41.03% and 19.43% of the respondents now drink two to four cups of tea and coffee, respectively, in a day. 8.50% and 3.50% of the respondents claim that they consume more than five cups of tea and coffee, respectively, in a day. Only a small group of respondents (19.38%) seem to be conscious of their eating patterns as they keep a tab of their caffeine intake. At the other end of the spectrum lives a group of respondents (8.16%) who do not consume tea or coffee at all. It seems they are a lucky lot who needn't worry about their caffeine intake during the pandemic.