Coffee: A Road-Safety Aid

Is drinking several cups of coffee every time you stop at a service station an outmoded “cliché” or is it really a good idea? A recent study has shown that a cup of coffee prevents sleepiness and microsleep for two hours… two hours is the suggested interval between breaks on a long journey; staying alert doesn’t mean you have to forego life’s little pleasures.

https://www.lci.fr/sante/le-cafe-un-allie-contre-la-somnolence-au-volant-selon-une-etude-2190933.html

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