Website for Recovering Caffeine Addicts is Launched

Caffeine Anonymous will serve as a resource for those seeking support.

Seattle, WA, March 02, 2010 --( The Caffeine Awareness Association, a non-profit organization, has created a new website that addresses the concerns and issues regarding caffeine addiction.

The website is where visitors can share their experience, hope, courage, and strength with each other to solve their common problem and help others to recover from caffeinism. The only requirement for participation is a desire to stop consuming caffeine. There are no registration fees or dues.

"We received many thanks from individuals who are grateful to finally have an outlet to voice their opinion about this ubiquitous drug" said Marina Kushner, founder of the Caffeine Awareness Association. "Since National Caffeine Awareness Month began March 1 the site has attracted much attention from the media which is helping our cause. Caffeine has been linked to heart disease, mood disorders, central nervous system disorders, gastro-intestinal disorders, insomnia, and even death” said Kushner.

This year's event so far is recognized in 4 states and 5 cities across America and more are expected to join. Marina Kushner is also the author of the award-nominated book “The Truth About Caffeine”. For more information or to schedule an interview with Ms. Kushner, call 815-572-8007 or visit online at

Caffeine Awareness Association
Marina Kushner