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In addition to its benefits, black coffee actually has side effects for the health of the body, especially if consumed in excess. So, what are the benefits and side effects of consuming black coffee? See the following explanation.

For some people, consuming a cup of coffee in the morning has become a daily routine. Black coffee is widely chosen because of its distinctive taste and stimulant effects that can make people feel energized and eager to be active.

Although it has health benefits, this drink also has side effects. Not a few people complain of heart palpitations or difficulty sleeping after drinking black coffee, especially if the amount of coffee drunk is too much. In addition, in some people, black coffee can also cause bloating and pain in the heart.

Benefits of Consuming Black Coffee

Many studies have been done to find out the benefits of black coffee for health. Here are some of the benefits of black coffee that you need to know:

  • Prevent depression

A study found that black coffee contains antidepressants that can prevent depression. In addition, people who regularly consume black coffee are also more likely to avoid the risk of suicide due to depression.

  • Improve memory

In addition to making you more alert, the caffeine in coffee can improve your memory. Research has shown that caffeine can improve the brain’s ability to store long-term memory.

  • Prevent decreased brain function

Consuming black coffee can also reduce the risk of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease.

Several studies have found a link between long-term caffeine consumption and the risk of neurodegenerative diseases. This is supported by the results of other studies that reveal that caffeine consumption can slow down the process of decreased brain function due to aging.

  • Lose weight

Caffeine contained in black coffee can drive the body’s metabolism so it will help the fat burning process. In addition to increasing fat burning, black coffee can also help the weight loss process by reducing appetite.

  • Prevent type 2 diabetes

Another benefit of consuming black coffee is that it reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The reason is that the caffeine contained in coffee can increase the body’s sensitivity to insulin.

Not only that, the caffeine content in coffee can also reduce the risk of heart disease. The decrease in the risk of the emergence of both diseases is related to the content of chlorogenic acid found in caffeine.

Side Effects of Consuming Black Coffee

If consumed within reasonable limits, black coffee can indeed provide many health benefits. However, if consumed in excess, black coffee can actually cause a variety of side effects that interfere with health. Here are some side effects that can arise from consuming too much black coffee:

  • Difficulty sleeping

Excessive consumption of black coffee can make it difficult for you to sleep. Lack of sleep will lower your alertness and performance during the day. Therefore, limit your intake of black coffee so as not to interfere with your rest at night.

  • Anxious

Anxiety or anxiety can also appear when you consume too much black coffee. The reason is that the caffeine contained in coffee can block the release of the hormone adenosine (fatigue hormone) in the brain, making it difficult for you to feel calm and rested.

  • Stomach pain

Black coffee has a laxative effect and stimulates the release of gastric acid, so that when consumed in excess, it can cause stomach pain. In addition, consuming too much black coffee can also worsen the condition of gastric acid (GERD), which will cause complaints in the form of heartburn.

  • Heart pounding

Another side effect that can occur as a result of consuming too much black coffee is a pounding heart. Caffeine in black coffee will stimulate the heart to beat faster. To prevent this, you need to limit the consumption of black coffee.

In general, the safe limit for coffee consumption for adult men and women is 4 cups per day, with a caffeine content of about 400 mg. For pregnant women, the safe limit of coffee consumption is only 2 cups per day, with a caffeine content not exceeding 200 mg.

By Nurul
15th October 15:57

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