Its time for coffee lovers to know some interesting facts about their beverage , as we you know coffee keeps your fresh but the freshness comes along with some disadvantages depends on the amount of coffee is consumed on a regular basis.
Find out how the number of cups of coffee can impact your body health and body
Coffee increases rate of aging
Excessive consumption of coffee may result in decrease in hormonal production which may increase the process of aging. Drinking too much of coffee increases the levels of caffeine which dehydrates the body causing skin cells to lose water resulting in a wrinkled skin.
Excessive Consumption of Coffee increases loss of bone mass
Caffeine is responsible for promoting the loss of calcium, magnesium, iron, etc leading to osteoporosis. Women are mostly more affected by caffeine due to genetic influence. Hence women should ideally consume less coffee as compared to their male counterparts.
Coffee contains heavy metals
Coffee contains heavy metals such as lead, arsenic, etc. While consuming these in minute quantities does not contribute to a great extent to the toxic effects. Consuming coffee frequently can cause diseases in our body due to the toxic load of these metals.
Coffee Increases Stress Levels
Consuming more than 4 to 5 Cups of Coffee a day makes the body believe it is under stress. Coupled with an increase in work pressure, caffeine can significantly increase blood pressure leading to heart problems.
Coffee causes fluctuation in Mood
Drinking too much of coffee will result in mood fluctuation causing depression, anxiety, irritation, etc. Drinking too much coffee hampers memory and slows mental performance.
Coffee disrupts normal sleep
Coffee contains caffeine which is a stimulant. Consumption of caffeine in early evening may hinder your sleep cycle causing a break in your normal sleep pattern.
Bhakti D MBA in HR and Finance who found her love and passion in cooking and writing. She enjoys experimenting new recipes as much as enjoy playing with her son, she also brings her expertise as a parent and a qualified professional to WSL