When Is Too Much Tea Too Much?

It would appear that the benefits of tea are endless. Numerous studies have shown that it improves healthspan, metabolic rate, fat loss, and cognitive function.

Iron absorption

Tannins, a class of chemicals, are abundant in tea. Some meals may reduce iron absorption because tannins in those meals bind to iron.

Increased Anxiety

 Anxiety, tension, and restlessness can all be exacerbated by consuming too much caffeine, whether it comes from tea or elsewhere.

Inadequate sleep

Caffeine in tea might disrupt sleep if you drink too much of it. The hormone melatonin tells your brain it's time to wind down and get some shut-eye


Ingesting too much tea or drinking it on an empty stomach can also trigger nausea.


Caffeine in tea may aggravate preexisting acid reflux symptoms or trigger new ones.


The consumption of caffeinated beverages, such as tea, during pregnancy has been linked to an increased risk of complications like miscarriage and low birth weight.


Consistent consumption of caffeine, whether through tea or another substance, can cause dependence.


Meshulam said the egg, avocado, fruit, and toast deliver good fats, antioxidants, fiber, and energy. Vitamin D and iron are essential for bone and muscle growth.