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The Effect Of Ginger Tea On The Heart
Human studies suggests that 1g daily of ginger may be effective for nausea and vomiting in pregnant women when used for short periods (no longer than 4 days). Several studies have found that ginger is better than placebo in relieving morning sickness. In a small study of 30 pregnant women with severe vomiting, those who took 1 gram of ginger every day for 4 days reported more relief from vomiting than those who took placebo. In a larger study of 70 pregnant women with nausea and vomiting, those who received a similar dosage of ginger felt less nauseous and did not vomit as much as those who received placebo. Pregnant women should ask their doctor before taking ginger, and should be careful not take more ...Read more
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Fermented drink: Made from tea, sugar, bacteria and yeast. Some reports of adverse effects like stomach upset, infections an allergic reactions. Often brewed at home under non sterile conditions, making contamination likely. If ceramic pots used then lead poisoning may be a concern. I will advice not to used specially if you have arrhythmic heart problems. ...Read more
Green tea's great: But lots of other things are better for the heart. Instead of drinking tea, try to focus on a healthy weight, regular physical activity and a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Nothing wrong with green tea, but it won't help as much as being a normal weight and getting regular exercise! ...Read more
Green, red ; white: Teas. The linus pauling institute reported a study that suggest extracts from green tea can act as a plant-based alternative for glycemic control. A japanese study showed reduced rate of deaths from heart disease with use of green tea. ...Read more
In general it: Doesn't sound problematic - but could provide more definitive response if you provide name of medication. ...Read more
Can be: Caffiene containing beverages can produce rapid heart rate. If in excess it cam also produce tremors. Green tea is more prone for these symptoms. ...Read more
Tachycardia: Rapid heart rates can be either physiologically appropriate or inappropriate (pathologic). Examples of physiologic appropriate sinus tachycardia might be fast hr due to stress or caffeine. Pathologic tachycardia can involve a wide spectrum of arrhythmias coming either from the atria or ventricular locations. ...Read more
Heart rate: Most resting heart rate normals are 80 to 100 bpm. Some people's resting heart rate is higher. Abnormal reasons for higher resting heart rate include anemia, hyperthyroidism, fever, ongoing inflammation or infection, dehydration and there is also a pathologic sinus tachycardia condition. You'd need to see a dr. And be evaluated if you're worried about your resting heart rate. ...Read more
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What to do if I'm fond of taking tea. These days I m suffering from heart burn. Is it due to tea?
What do you suggest if I'm fond of taking tea. These days I m suffering from heart burn. Is it due to tea?
GE reflux: Generally, "heartburn" refers to the pain associated with gastroesophageal reflux, where the contents of the stomach pass "backwards" into the esophagus. The pain is due to damage to the lower esophagus from the high acid content of the stomach contents. If the tea that you are drinking contains caffeine, then yes, tea may be making your symptoms worse as caffeine increases gastric acidity. ...Read more
Why does caffeine slow down my heart rate? If I drink coffee, tea or anything with caffeine my heart slows alot. What would cause this?
Cannot say in your particular case, but generally, of course it speeds up the heart a little bit. If the change was under 10 beats per minute it is just coincedence.
Assuming the heart rate really did decrease there are still several possibilities. One is there is a reflex slowing of the heart if the blood rpessure increases. Or stimulation of the gut (vaso vagal reaction) or relaxed w. drink ...Read more
I used to drink bottled tea everyday before & I experienced heart palpitations, is it true that drinking bottled processed tea cause palpitations?
Marketing that Power: Is Outside. Reality: Power, Control of all body functions overwhelmingly within. Like all living creatures, this must be the case in order to survive; termed homeostasis. Control of heart, like rest of body, from brain, many many interactive control cycles per second. Thus mental issues are dominant though some outside influences can interact. No precise way to know/answer; what research is about. ...Read more
Diabetic heart patient with 2 stent 8 months ago. Feeling random short breathness specially after taking tea. My cardio ruled out heart issue.
Which alternative to tea with milk in the morning as I feel pain in my heart after drinking it I was diagnosed as a chronic anemia case?
Reflux: It sounds like you are having gastroesophageal reflux (GERD) which occurs when stomach acid comes back up into your esophagus, burning the lining. You should avoid caffeine, alcohol, and nicotine which can make this worse by lowering the pressure in the valve that prevents reflux. You should be checked for H.pylori which is a bacteria that can cause this. GERD can cause anemia. ...Read more
Burning sensation in upper abd. And sometimes chest with certain foods (ie. Tea or tim hortons breakfast wrap). My dr thinks it heart burn. Right?
More than likely: Your doctor is probably correct. Heartburn can be caused by different things for different people. Heartburn is the reflux of caustic gastric juice back up to the esophagus. How far this juice refluxes often determines what symptoms are produced. You can alleviate the pain by watching what you eat and when you eat it. Spend time with your doctor and get answers to all the questions you may have. ...Read more
I heart wallnut oil reduces cholestral levels as it has omega 3 contents useful in. Lowering. Should we have a tea spoon of oil daily in meal?
Omega-3 fatty acid.:
Omega-3 fatty acids are good for lowering triglycerides and not for cholesterol. U may want to use fish oil or flaxseed oil to lower triglycerides which is better and cheaper.
If u want to lower cholesterol u may want to use canola oil or olive oil, reduce saturated fats and use statins.Please check with u r md. ...Read more
What are the best foods I can include into my diet to avoid cancer & heart disease? I already eat kale & broccoli everyday & drink white and green tea
I am experiencing rapid heart rate (worsened by: caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea, soda, etc.), after exercise). The following also describe me: Dizziness and Fatigue. What should I do?
My Girlfriend is experiencing slow heart rate, rapid heart rate (worsened by: caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea, soda, etc.), psychological stress). ..
I am experiencing rapid heart rate (worsened by: alcohol use, caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea, soda, etc.), psychological stress). The following. ..
Asthma remedies for home. Singulair (montelukast) makes my heart race and dizzy and just wondering what over-the-counter tea or supplement to take?
Can be dangerous: Asthma can be a very dangerous illness that can be difficult to treat - often because of side-effects from the medications. However there are many options with few side-effects, that are used to prevent flare-ups. For example, inhaled steroids (flovent for example) has very few side effects when use appopriately, can can often prevent flare-ups. ...Read more