Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Home > health facts > Limitations Of Drinking ofGreen Tea

Limitations Of Drinking ofGreen Tea

         

Limitations Of Drinking Of Green Tea

 

Green tea is believed to be herbal tea since ancient times. Due to its positive popularity, green tea is enjoyed and often its side effects are ignored. But it is important to understand that there are also some limitations of Green Tea and some of these have been described below.

 

However, drinking more than 5 cups of green tea is considered unsafe in very high doses. Caffeine present in it may have side effects, some of which are described below:

 

From severe headache to severe headache, anxiety, sleep related problems, vomiting, diarrhea, irritability, irregular heartbeats, shivering, heartburn, dizziness, ringing ears etc.

 

Not people should eat green tea?

 

It has been observed that if green tea is consumed in excessive quantities, then there may be many problems or if a person is suffering from any disease, then green tea can be harmful to him.

 

  1. Stomach Problems:

 

The amount of acid in the stomach increases due to the presence of tannin in green tea, which can cause stomachache, stomach or constipation. So in Japan and China, green tea is not eaten empty. It is good to eat green tea after eating or eating food. People who have peptic ulcer or acidity problems should not drink green tea in excess quantity. Tea provokes powerful gastric acid, which can be reduced by mixing sugar and milk together.

 

 

  1. Pregnancy and breastfeeding:

 

Green tea contains caffeine, catchin and tannic acid. These three substances are associated with the risks of pregnancy. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, then two cups of green tea is considered safe in the day. There is about 200 grams of caffeine in such quantity of green tea. Although more than two cups of green tea are unprotected in the day, and this increases the risk of miscarriage and negative effects.

 

  1. Iron deficiency:

 

Ketchin present in Green Tea reduces the absorption of iron from food items. If there is an iron deficiency in your body such as anemia, then the National Cancer Institute advises you to drink green tea in the middle of the meal. If you like green tea then you should eat foods that are helpful in the absorption of iron.

 

  1. To those who worry:

 

Caffeine present in green tea can increase anxiety.

 

  1. Hemorrhoids:

 

Caffeine present in green tea can cause bleeding problems.

 

  1. Heart Condition:

 

Heartbeat can be irregular due to caffeine present in green tea.

 

  1. Diabetes:

 

Caffeine present in green tea can affect blood sugar (blood sugar). If you have diabetes and you drink green tea then you should take care of your blood sugar regularly.