Palpitations and heartburn..beware these drinks on an empty stomach

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While many people get used to drinking their favorite drinks such as coffee, tea or even fresh juices early in the morning on an empty stomach, studies confirm that these behaviors are harmful to the body.

Doctors warned against drinking tea and coffee on an empty stomach; Because it may lead to an acid imbalance and can lead to dehydration and cause edema, while drinking black coffee on an empty stomach may lead to the release of the stress hormone cortisol, which leads to heart palpitations, anxiety and panic attacks, according to what was published by the specialized Interia website.

They also reported that citrus juices contain a high percentage of vitamin C, which strengthens immunity; But even a small amount of the drink causes stomach irritation, heartburn and belching.

They called on people with high acidity not to eat it at all; Tomato juice, for example, increases stomach acid production, which can cause pain or indigestion.

Soft drinks are dangerous

They also warned against consuming soft drinks on an empty stomach, as it increases the work of the liver, pancreas and stomach, destroys teeth and may lead to death.

A study published in the journal “Jama Internal Medicine” last year confirmed that those who drank soft drinks were 26% more likely to die prematurely, compared to those who rarely drank these types of drinks.

Another study published in the journal Circulation found that consuming one 12-ounce soda per day increased the risk of a heart attack by 20%, citing soda’s inflammatory properties as a reason.

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