5 Shocking Side Effects of Green Tea

We look for shortcuts when it comes to having a healthy and fit body. To have a control on body weight or to lose weight fast, we start taking beverages like green tea and olive oil. Some of us intake more of these beverages to get fast results. You know excessive intake of green tea can give you opposite results and here are some shocking side effects of green tea:

1. Insomnia
Green tea contains caffeine, which stimulates the nervous system and blocks the chemicals in the brain. This increases adrenaline secretion and prevents you to sleep.

2. Irregular heartbeat
Caffeine available in green tea is better known to stimulate the heart and this can cause irregularity in your heartbeat. The best way to escape from it is to limit your green tea intake. Never exceed 2 cups a day.

3. Diabetes
Caffeine present in green tea can interfere with the blood sugar levels and this may lead you to have diabetes and weight gain. It can also cause high BP to those who have a tendency.

4. Headaches
According to a recent research, headaches can occur due to excessive intake of green tea. Due to excessive intake, you can have iron deficiency and this can lead you to have headaches.

5. Upset Stomach
Green tea consists of the tannis, a naturally occurring chemical, which increases acids in the stomach and this can upset your stomach. Further, it can lead you to have constipation, nausea and stomach ache.

Presenting 5 shocking side effects of green tea is not meant to prohibit you its intake. We at Stay Young Healthy just want to inform you about the same. We strongly advise you not to take more than two cups of green tea a day.

Disclaimer – The views and opinions mentioned here are the writers’ own thoughts or based on the talks held with some of the professionals of respective fields. Never consider the tips or ideas mentioned on Stay Young & Healthy as a substitute for physician’s advice. At Stay Young & Healthy, we strongly advise you to consult your doctor for more details.

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Sep, 26, 2017 by