Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Harmful Effects of Drinking Excessive Tea

People drink tea to relax. A sizzling cup is refreshing. Yet, excessive tea is not advisable. It is harmful to health. It slowly affects the body systems. The habit of drinking too much tea should be avoided. Why so?

Why One Should You Avoid Excessive Tea Drinking?
  • It contains Tanine, a toxic element that disturbs the digestion process as the secretion of juices is affected by it. Tanine affects the water content in the body, as a result of which the skin becomes brittle and rough
  • It contains caffeine, which is detrimental to health. It affects the nervous system and keeps a person awake at night. It can also raise blood pressure. Excessive caffeine can also cause poor concentration, irritability and nervousness
  • Those who are predisposed to frequent attacks of heartburn and stomach ulcers should avoid too much of green tea. It can aggravate the condition
  • In some cases green tea has caused fluoride poisoning. High levels of fluoride is bad for the teeth and bones
  • It is addictive
  • Excessive tea drinking leads to excessive passing of urine, but the toxic element are not gotten rid of. Urine gets solidified, forming uric acid which gets deposited in joints resulting in gout and arthritis
  • Too much of tea causes giddiness, sore throat, insomnia, blood impurity as well as paralysis
  • It is bad for teeth. Gums get weakened
  • Excessive green tea consumption can cause liver and kidney damage
  • High tea consumption causes lethargy and headaches
  • Symptoms of premenstrual syndrome can be aggravated
One should avoid excessive tea drinking. Anything in moderation is good, and tea is no exception to this. Enjoy a cup of tea, but do not indulge yourself.By: amit shukla


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