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Instant coffee generally has less caffeine than brewed coffee. If you brew your tea for about a minute, instead of the usual 3 minutes, you can cut the amount of caffeine in half. Avoiding caffeine after noon can help if you have trouble sleeping at night because of too much caffeine. Here are other ideas:
Also keep in mind that some medicines have caffeine. Talk with your health care provider or pharmacist if you have questions about caffeine and medicine.
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