My coffee consumption went up over the last year and I was consuming around 6-7 cups of coffee a day and started to look into it a bit more. Here is a good article about coffee consumption: All About Caffeine Addiction and Withdrawal & How to Quit | Be Brain Fit Two take aways I found interesting: 1. Caffeine floods the brain with unnaturally high levels of dopamine, fueling tendencies toward insomnia, an overactive libido, addictions, and other self-destructive behaviors. 2.When your system is flooded with caffeine, adenosine can no longer turn off your brain. So, your brain on caffeine is like a car with no brakes and the accelerator pushed to the floor. “Caffeine is the Trojan horse. It looks like a gift but instead delivers adrenal stress, low blood sugar, mood and energy swings, fatigue, depression, malnutrition, and disturbed sleep.” — Stephen Cherniske, author of Caffeine Blues Caffeine also changes the electrical activity of the brain, causing an increase in beta brainwaves which are linked to a state of arousal. My conclusion from the two points above: In our case of addiction to PMO, it could be a really good idea to look into the coffee consumption and maybe limit it or quit it for a period of time to see if something changes in the gravings for PMO. To point 1: After not using PMO but I still graved for dopamine, I felt the unconscious need for coffee to give me at least a little bit of a dopamine rush. To point 2: The expression that the adenosine disabler coffee can lower the control one has, they used the term like a car with no brakes and the accelerator pushed to the floor, should be a warning if one is losing control in some aspect of life. I cut out coffee 28 days ago. I love coffee, but it seems not a good idea if one has difficulty to quit something, to continue to take a substance that lowers the control you have over your actions. Maybe I will introduce it later again but with a strict limit of 1 or 2 cups a day, because it seems that it also has a few health benefits when consumed in moderation. All the best to all of you here.