Don’t get into the habit of directly drinking coffee in the morning, here are the risks to the body! – Most people drink coffee before starting the day to be more energized. Coffee is a stimulant that helps a person to feel more alert and awake on a busy day.

However, drinking caffeinated coffee on an empty stomach in the morning can cause a number of health problems.

One of the major health complications of drinking caffeinated coffee is that coffee stimulates the production of cortisol, which is known as the stress hormone.

Cortisol is produced by your adrenal glands and helps regulate metabolism, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels.

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However, excessive cortisol levels can trigger health problems, including bone loss, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease.

Higher cortisol levels also increase insulin leading to insulin resistance.

Excess cortisol can cause effects such as weight gain, sleep problems and a compromised immune response.

Doctor Earim Chaudry, MD of the Men’s Health Platform Manual on the health implications of drinking black coffee in the morning.

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Unfortunately, many people are used to drinking coffee in the morning before the activity. Studies have shown that drinking coffee can exert negative control on blood sugar and significantly improve glucose response.

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Therefore, those who like to drink coffee in the morning can limit their body’s ability to tolerate the sugar that you will consume at breakfast and this causes diabetes and heart risk factors.

Doctor Deborah Lee, Doctor of Fox Online Pharmacy, discusses a 2012 study on the effects of caffeine in Asians who consumed 200 mg of caffeine per day and were found to have higher estrogenic levels.

In the long term, this could be an important factor as estrogen levels are important in medical conditions such as endometriosis, osteoporosis, and breast cancer.

“These findings are small observational studies and currently women do not need to stop drinking coffee. However, more research is needed,” said Dr. Deborah Lee was quoted from Express.

With regard to other testosterone hormones, Doctor Lee discusses another study which found that regular coffee consumption can increase total testosterone levels and reduce estrogen levels.

“The authors say that caffeine can act as an aromatase inhibitor that increases levels of luteinising hormone (LH) to trigger testosterone production,” he explained.

Some experts say drinking coffee on an empty stomach is dangerous, because no other food can prevent acid from bothering your stomach.

Studies have found that the bitterness of coffee can result in the production of stomach acid. Because of this, many people do not believe that coffee irritates your stomach, a symptom of disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and indigestion.

“Your body has the hormone cortisol and when you’re stressed or drinking coffee it can cause your body’s cortisol levels to rise, resulting in weight gain,” he explains.

It can also cause muscle weakness, easy bruising of the skin and other health problems such as diabetes.