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Dangers Of Too Much Lucozade
Stroke : A study, which followed more than 2, 500 new yorkers for nine or more years, found that people who drank diet soda every day had a 61 percent higher risk of vascular events, including stroke and heart attack, than those who completely eschewed the diet drinks, according to researchers who presented their results today at the american stroke association’s international stroke conference in la. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The risks : Of too much applies to everything. Ginkgo is extracted by processing so stick to the dose on the label. ...Read more
Are there any negative health effects of consuming an excessive amount of Malt Vinegar, Potassium or Magnesium? If so, how much is too much for each?
Magnesium: excess magnesium can cause diarrhea and malabsorption of certain nutrients. Too much of anything- vinegar- magnesium or potassium are not good. Too much potassium can cause heart and EKG irregularities. All things in moderation please. Good health to you ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Green tea is generally very safe & has positive effects on health. If you drink five or more cups of caffeinated green tea it can cause an increase in blood pressure for some people, as well as gastrointestinal upset (nausea or vomiting), irritability or insomnia. It can interact with some medications. It could aggravate anxiety disorders, diabetes & some bleeding disorders. Some teas >>>. ...Read more
Getting drunk and...: Too much of any kind of alcohol can cause slurred speech, drowsiness, nausea,vomiting,diarrhea, trouble breathing, headaches, poor coordination/tendency to fall, confusion, impaired judgment, blackouts, loss of consciousness & death. It can also indirectly lead to unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases & death via accidents. Binge drinking is popular among young people but is dangerous! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I heard drinking too much coffee is bad for the stomach, because it adds too much to gastric acid.?
It can be.: Yes, there's a change in the acid, but for most people the change is not enough to make a noticable difference. And if there is a difference noticed, choose a different beverage. ...Read more
Generally I am: Not in favor of chronic laxative use. A hi fiber diet along with 80-100 oz of caffeine free/alcohol free fluid per day usually corrects the problem. You are approaching the age for colon screening and if the above doesn't work for you after trying for 2 weeks minimum, you may be a candidate for a colonoscopy even at age 46 or at least an evaluation. Tlk with a colon and rectal surgeon or GI doctor. ...Read more
It is possible: That you can upset your electrolyte balance if you drink too much water... You can become hyponatremic ( low in salt).. Usually results from excess water and underlying health problems.. Use common sense. ...Read more
Caffeine: Any quantity is too much that makes you jittery and anxious rather than pleasantly awake. You can also get into a troublesome cycle with caffeine to wake up by, and sleeping pills to rest by. Much better to have your body exercise its own sleep-wake cycle, without drugs. Occasional coffee is okay -- but even 2 cups/day will habituate you such that stopping will cause withdrawal symptoms. ...Read more
Sometimes: Natural standard conducted a study which showed that some people can have an allergic reaction caused by tannins and caffeine when green tea extract is taken in excess. It is thought that some people are more sensitive to these ingredients or this could be a reaction with medications they are taking. Symptoms included rash and itching. What do they say about too much of a good thing? ...Read more
Difficult: This is a difficult question to answer because many don't know that items such as ketchup and salad dressing have sugar in it, thus saying limiting sugar to 2 teaspoons a day doesn't help unless measuring out for coffee, etc. Fruit has sugar in it, but we recommend fruit and vegetables in pregnancy. Eating healthy foods is best choice, and get screened for diabetes by obstetrician. Exercise, too! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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