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Here are side effects of drinking too much tea

Tea is a popular drink. The most common teas are green, black and oolong teas. Camellia sinensis Few things are as pleasing or pleasing as

hot tea, derived from the leaves of the plant, but the benefits of drinks are not the only ones.

Drinking tea in moderation is almost always a healthy option.

Drinking too much 3-4 cups (710-950 ml) per day can have the same adverse effects.

Below are some examples of effects:

1. Reduces iron absorption.

The tannins in tea may bind to iron in a plant-based diet and limit its absorption in the digestive system. If you are short of iron, drink tea between meals.

2. Increases anxiety, stress and restlessness.

Because tea contains caffeine, it can cause anxiety and anxiety in some people. If you notice these effects, reduce your tea consumption or switch to decaffeinated herbal teas.

3. Sleep deprivation

Tea with too much caffeine can reduce melatonin synthesis and disturb sleep rhythms.

4. Acid reflux disease

Caffeine in tea can cause heartburn or exacerbate underlying acid reflux disease because it can relax the lower esophageal sphincter and increase acid production in the stomach. There is likely to be.

5. Pregnancy Complications

Excessive intake of caffeine from tea during pregnancy may increase the risk of miscarriage and low birth weight in the baby. Herbal teas should also be used with caution, as some ingredients can induce labor.

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