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Coffee is one of the most consumed drinks all over the world. People consume approximately a million bags of coffee in a day. Depending on the drinkers age, amount of consumption, and the like, coffee is consumed for its various effects aside from its taste and aroma. Additionally, many people drink coffee because of different factors. The caffeine content of coffee is said to be a stimulant that could make drinkers more alert and awake. However, it could cause negative influences such as disturbance in ones sleeping patterns. Hence, the primary purpose of this correlational research is to determine the relationship between coffee intake and the work performance of coffee-drinking teachers and the implications of coffee intake to them. Survey questionnaires were distributed including teachers coffee intake profiles and observations. Consequently, the students, co-teachers, and administrators of the respondents were also asked to determine the work performance observations of these respondents. The results showed evident implications of the coffee intake manifested by the teachers. Meanwhile, results showed that there were no significant relationships between the coffee intake and the work performance of the respondents. This could be attributed to the respondents long-term coffee consumption leading to their coffee effects tolerance. Recommendations made for teachers are to drink coffee with prudence due to its long-term impact on health. Recommendations were made for future researchers to choose respondents who are new coffee drinkers to ensure that there will be no coffee intake tolerance that could impact the results of the study.
[Girlie P. Pineda and Jonah Rochelle G. Hilario (2023); THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE COFFEE INTAKE AND THE WORK PERFORMANCEOF COFFEE-DRINKING TEACHERS: A CORRELATIONAL STUDY Int. J. of Adv. Res. 11 (Oct). 545-555] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
National University Philippines
Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/17739
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/17739
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