Danger Of Coffee Addiction?
Best wishes, I would like to ask whether consuming coffee like a good day since childhood influences physical growth, especially my face and brain during adult development, thank you.
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First of all, you should first explain exactly how old you are and how much coffee you consume each day?
Basically coffee is not recommended for consumption by children or adolescents on a regular basis. There are several medical reasons for this:
The caffeine in coffee can interfere with calcium absorption. Calcium is needed in high amounts to support the growth of bones and teeth. Caffeine consumption at this time will interfere with calcium absorption (especially if your calcium intake is also insufficient or less than recommended) and cause bones and teeth to become less dense and easily porous later on.
Caffeine in coffee can disturb sleep. Sleep is a very important part in a child's growth and development. Children aged 6-13 years are recommended to get sleep at least 9-11 hours a day and teenagers aged 14-17 years are recommended to get sleep at least 8-10 hours a day. During sleep, the brain consolidates to store all the memory gained during waking time and growth hormones are also released during sleep. Therefore consuming excessive coffee to disrupt or reduce sleep time is very not recommended.
Caffeine is a stimulant that can cause addictive effects. Therefore it is not recommended for regular coffee consumption from the time a child because the risk of coffee addiction will be higher.
Although there is no direct effect of consuming coffee on skin health, consumption of coffee can still affect the health of your skin, especially if the coffee causes you to become sleep deprived. The caffeine in coffee also has diuretic properties (triggering urine), so it makes you more likely to experience a lack of fluids (especially if you have less water intake). You also of course already know that lack of hydration can also cause skin to look dull and not bright.
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