Tieguanyin, Pu’er, chrysanthemum Chinese tea culture has a long history. Chinese people have the habit of drinking tea since ancient times, and many people in modern times advocate drinking tea for health, because tea contains a lot of substances beneficial to the body. But no matter how good things are, they are not suitable for everyone. It’s better for these people not to drink tea. It is not suitable for pregnant women to drink strong tea. Because the content of caffeine in strong tea is very high, it will aggravate the burden of pregnant women’s heart and kidney, which is harmful to the health of pregnant women. And the fetus will also passively absorb caffeine, which is harmful to the growth of the fetus. It is not suitable for women in lactation to drink tea. Because lactating women are in need of feeding, and tea polyphenols in tea are absorbed by the blood, will inhibit milk secretion. After the caffeine in tea is absorbed, it can affect the baby through milk, make the baby excited, and cause the baby’s gastrointestinal spasm, and appear the phenomenon of irritable crying. Women in menopause are not suitable for drinking tea. Because drinking tea can aggravate the symptoms of menopausal women, such as insomnia, poor sleep quality, dizziness, fatigue, rapid heartbeat and other symptoms. It is not suitable for children to drink strong tea. Because the excessive caffeine in strong tea can make children’s heart beat too fast, produce excessive stimulation to children. People with anemia symptoms are not suitable for drinking tea. Because the tannic acid in tea can combine with iron in human body, produce an insoluble substance, hinder the absorption of iron, thus aggravating the symptoms of anemia. People with malnutrition are not suitable for drinking tea. Because tea polyphenols in tea can decompose fat, it is even worse for people with malnutrition. People with neurasthenia and insomnia are not suitable for drinking tea. Because tea contains some substances, such as caffeine and so on, the human nerve center is easy to become excited, leading to insomnia or neurasthenia. It is not suitable to drink tea for patients with coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction and angina pectoris. Because the caffeine in tea can make the heart rate faster, increase the heart burden. 9. Patients with hyporenal function are not suitable for drinking tea. Because the theophylline in tea has diuretic effect, will increase the burden on the kidney.
10. People with gastrointestinal diseases and duodenal ulcer are not suitable for drinking tea. Because drinking tea can stimulate the stomach to secrete excessive gastric acid, thus affecting the healing of ulcer surface. In severe cases, there will be pain symptoms. Patients with hypertension should not drink tea before going to bed. Because the caffeine in tea can make blood pressure rise, which is unfavorable for patients with hypertension. It is not suitable for people with liver disease to drink more tea. Because caffeine and other substances in tea are mostly metabolized through the liver. If the liver function is poor, drinking too much tea will aggravate the metabolic capacity of the liver and easily damage the health of liver tissue. Although
tea have many benefits, they should be drunk in a proper way. For those who are not suitable for tea, drinking tea is not only unhelpful, but also harmful to the body. Drinking tea should also be scientific in order to achieve the effect of physical fitness.