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Mornings are never complete with a hot cup of coffee to get our day started!
But the over-dosage of coffee might affect you badly. Caffeine is a real thing: in the correct doses, it can improve brain and physical health while also lowering the risk of developing diabetes and insulin resistance.
It can, however, have negative consequences that make you sound like hell. While most of these adverse effects are only experienced if you consume a large amount of caffeine (think tens of cups), coffee-induced nausea is sadly quite common, especially if you already have a sensitive stomach.
Reasons for nauseousness:
It’s all a matter of science. Coffee’s acidity, which can range from 4.5 to 5.5 pH, according to Trista Best, registered dietician, and professor of nutrition, is one of the most prevalent causes of nausea after drinking it. Best warns that this can cause stomach discomfort, nausea, and reflux. Due to caffeine’s stimulating effects, the digestive system operates a little faster, resulting in a little extra stomach acid being produced.
Diana Gariglio-Clelland, a registered dietitian with Balance One, says stimulating the stomach might cause nausea when it’s vacant and caffeine is absorbed rapidly. It also relaxes the gastro-esophageal valve, which allows food to pass from the esophagus to the stomach. Acid reflux, heartburn, and nausea are caused when this sphincter relaxes, allowing stomach acid to flow up into the esophagus.