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Side Effects Of Drinking Too Much Lemonade
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 more
Get fat: If you are not lactose intolerant, not much problem unless you have significantly reduced intake of other food items especially those containing fiber. In that case, you may end up very constipated. On the other hand, if you eat the normal amount of food and at also drink 2 gallons of milk a day, you will likely gain weight. ...Read more
Too much sugar: Our bodies need a balance of sugar and fiber, with much more fiber than sugar. Since most of what is removed from fruit to make juice is the fiber, it is the opposite balance of what we need. Most whole fruit has much more fiber than sugar. Search youtube for the video, "sugar, the bitter truth, " by robert lustig, a pediatric endocrinologist. It is about 1.5 hrs long but breaks it down well. ...Read more
Too much of anything:
There are harmful effects of too much of anything!
Even drinking too much water can kill you. And anything that helps can also cause harm.
That said, apple cider vinegar is fairly safe but should always be diluted.
It appears to be wise to limit consumption to 2 tbsp per day.
See https://authoritynutrition. Com/apple-cider-vinegar-side-effects/ ...Read more
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
Too much of anything: Is not necessarily a good thing. Caffeinated teas have both caffeine and a close relative theobromine. Both of these are stimulants, and in high doses can cause people anxiety, insomnia and even panic attacks, as well as raising pulse and blood pressure, which can be dangerous to those with underlying heart disease, kidney problems or hypertension. Moderation in all things is a good principle. ...Read more
Yes: Eating/drinking too much of anything could affect the color and character of your stools. ...Read more
Don't buy it: Who is purchasing it for you? Ask them not to stock it in the house and that will be the biggest way to control temptation. If you like the fizz buy club soda or sparkling water. ...Read more
Many severe ones:
Even one soda a day is associated with many serious health consequences-it increases diabetes risk by 22%.Sodas are associated with increased risk of heart attacks, kidney stones, osteoporosis, obesity, tooth decay, heartburn & high blood pressure.Diet soda is just as bad! See http://texasfarmersmarket. Org/the-hazards-of-drinking-soda/
try kombucha as a healthy alternative- I like trilogy by synergy. ...Read more
There is no consensus on this & research studies show conflicting results but I say more water & less milk!
i believe cow's milk is the perfect food for baby cows but not for adult humans! If you do drink milk I strongly advise choosing rbgh-free & ideally organic milk from grass-fed cows. For the pros & cons of this issue see http://milk. Procon. Org/view. Answers. Php? Questionid=1317. ...Read more
It can be: There is a great deal of controversy on how much water people generally need, but it depends on the climate and how much physical activity you engage in. Generally, people really do not need much free water, because 60% of our food is composed of water&our diet provides enough for most people. If kidneys are normal, excessive water is urinated out. However, water intoxication is serious for some ...Read more
I have seen reports: That it can, although I am not sure of the mechanism, but it has to be a LOT of soda. The major problem with lots of soda is the calories, and it is a major contributor to the epidemic of overweight, obese and diabetic individuals in the US and western world. It appears to reduce iron absorption in some people. You are far better off with water which is cheaper, healthier and doesn't affect iron. ...Read more
You CAN drink. ..: Too much water, but it is difficult to do. Normally functioning kidneys will simply remove excess water from the blood. Extremes are cited, like drinking more than two gallons in less than an hour, but, in general, very generous water drinkers don't need to worry about diluting their medicine. Drinking up to 5+ liters/170 oz. Of water a day shouldn't be a problem; most of us struggle to get 2 in ...Read more
Yes: Drinking excessive amount of water over a short time can cause serious problem. It can lead to water intoxication, low sodium level, mental status changes, convulsions and even death. The elderly are more prone to this risk. Several medications also make one more prone to water intoxication. ...Read more
It can be: Vegans think any amount of milk after you are "weaned" from mothers milk is unnecessary and unhealthy. Milk has large amounts of cholesterol and fat. If you drink skim milk of 1% low-fat milk, you reduce much of the problem, but still should limit your intake. Some people who get kidney stones are taking in too much calcium, which milk has a great deal of. Moderation in all things is good. ...Read more
Yes: It is possible to overhydrate yourself with too much water. I saw this in a patient who had severe anxiety and was compulsively and constantly drinking water. It causes the concentration of sodium in the blood to drop, a condition called hyponatremia, which can affect brain function. Athletes are more susceptible. This is the basic answer. You can google "hyponatremia" for more info. ...Read more
Yes: Drinking too much water can be serious. Can't judge your risk based on info provided but if you are feeling compelled to drink water and thirst never dulls, then see your doc or go to the emergency room. ...Read more
See below: Half gallon fluid a day on average. If a lot more, see your doc. ...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
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
Depends on person: Some people drink enormous amounts of coffee, or otherwise consume large amounts of caffeine with no apparent issues, while other people can't sleep at night if they have one cup in the morning. For most people, 2-3 cups of coffee causes no problems, but some people are more sensitive. Caffeine can cause insomnia, anxiety, tremor, irritability, and if stopped suddenly severe headaches. ...Read more
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