Caffeine is a great natural stimulant, it's more or less a 'socially acceptable psychoactive drug' that helps combat tiredness and improves concentration and focus. Caffeine has a number of health benefits, but like many other things, it becomes dangerous when it's consumed in excess. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 health risks of caffeine.
Caffeine raises the
amount of acid in your stomach; therefore, caffeinated beverages tend to
cause stomach upset or indigestion, especially when taken on an empty
stomach. Caffeine is also a diuretic that triggers your body to get rid
of water, and as a result it's not a great thirst quencher.
Headaches and Migraines
caffeine can actually help to reduce headaches symptoms, but when it is
consumed in excess it can cause severe headaches. The headaches are
associated with caffeine withdrawal symptoms. When the amount of
caffeine ingested daily is unstable, it tends to cause more frequent
headaches as a result of its withdrawal symptoms.
It Can Raise Blood Pressure
is absorbed from your stomach and reaches the highest levels in your
bloodstream within an hour or two, in the process it can make your blood
pressure go up for a short time. In most people, there are no long term
effects but in those who have underlying heart problems like
hypertension or irregular heartbeats, they can experience a more
pronounced elevation in their blood pressure.
It Can Interfere With Fertility
excessive amounts of caffeine has been found to potentially interfere
with estrogen production and metabolism, which can make it harder for
women to get pregnant.
It Can Inhibit Collagen Production in the Skin
is another dose-dependent effect of caffeine consumption. For those who
heavily consume caffeine, there is an increased risk of inhibited
collagen production in their skin.
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