According to research findings, individuals who consume coffee and tea may experience a 32 percent reduced likelihood of suffering a stroke, a 26 percent decreased risk of developing dementia, and a 27 percent lower chance of poststroke dementia. The investigation examined data obtained from half a million participants aged between 40 and 69 who were closely monitored for nearly eight years. During this period, researchers gathered data about the participants’ coffee and tea consumption habits. The study’s authors propose that the protective effects observed may be attributed to the presence of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds in these beverages. Furthermore, the compounds present in coffee and tea that enhance blood circulation and brain function could also be contributing factors to the diminished risks of stroke and dementia.