Green tea is considered one of the golden drinks, has a detoxifying effect, boosts the immune system and beautifies. However, experts warn that regular drinking of concentrated tea is easy to damage the kidneys and stomachs as much as alcohol and beer
According to medicine every day drinking a few cups of tea can prevent cancer, longevity. However, if you drink the tea improperly, especially drinking it too thick, it can be detrimental to health, even life-threatening.
How will drinking solid tea for a long time affect the body?
Condensed tea is high in fluoride, regular drinking of tea will damage the kidneys. Because the kidney is the main organ for excretion of fluoride, when the body absorbs too much fluoride beyond the kidney's ability to excrete, it will cause fluoride to accumulate in the body, and fluoride in the kidney will increase significantly, causing kidney damage.
Most people have a notion that drinking solid tea can reduce alcohol, but in fact after drinking, using tea is "adding oil to the fire". Because theophylline tea contains diuretic effect. After drinking a lot of alcohol, the unresolved wine mixed with tea enters the kidneys, causing kidney damage. In addition, the tea also contains substances that form stones, people who drink regular tea need to be aware of whether or not you have kidney stones.
In dense tea contains too much caffeine, theophylline, ... will stimulate cells into the stomach, gradually increasing excessive stomach acid secretion. Over time, the stomach lining gets irritated and damaged, causing inflammation, congestion, edema, and even stomach ulcers, damage to the digestive tract. According to a survey, about 70% of patients with stomach ulcers often prefer to drink solid tea. In addition, the caffeine in condensed tea can also be addictive and create a vicious cycle.
Elderly people have weak blood vessels, light green tea is beneficial in the treatment of hypertension, but drinking solid tea can cause the brain to excited, cause insecurity, insomnia and palpitations, thereby increasing blood pressure in the shirt. . In addition, the stimulating effect of caffeine can cause the heart to beat faster, blood flow to increase faster and faster breathing, which can easily lead to arrhythmia, which is detrimental to patients with coronary heart disease, heart rate fast.
Drinking solid tea will increase blood volume, to a certain extent, it will also increase heart burden and symptoms of heart failure. Drinking too much solid tea can be fatal for heart and blood vessel patients.
The large amount of caffeine in concentrated tea not only inhibits the absorption of calcium in the duodenum, but also accelerates the process of excretion of calcium in the urine. Due to the dual effect of inhibiting absorption and accelerating excretion, leading to a lack of calcium in the body, especially causing calcium loss in the bones, the long term will lead to osteoporosis, and very prone to fractures.
As we all know, tea contains 2% to 5% caffeine, and condensed tea contains higher levels of caffeine. A strong cup of tea contains about 100mg of caffeine. Excess caffeine can cause excessive nervous excitement, leading to insomnia.
Condensed tea also contains tannic acid, which can interfere with the body's absorption of iron, manifested by iron deficiency anemia, and can be combined with protein and vitamin B1 in foods, causing constipation. Nutrition experts have found that drinking too much tea will increase urine output, causing the loss of important nutrients like magnesium and potassium.
If pale tea may not cause this condition, but for dense tea is different, it will stain teeth, teeth color will be more yellow, more lime, making teeth lose beauty. It also affects oral health.
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