Caffeine Intoxication Law and Legal Definition
Caffeine intoxication refers to the excitement of body with caffeine. Consumption of caffeine above 250mg can result in caffeine intoxication. Caffeine is a psychoactive stimulant drug. It may be taken to help restore mental alertness when unusual tiredness, weakness or drowsiness occurs. Caffeine intoxication will increase the heart rate rapidly. The symptoms of caffeine intoxication include arrhythmia, constant fatigue, hyperactivity, nervous irritability and over stimulated mind.