Coffee is the most favourable beverage around the globe and within India. It is counted as an instant energy drink consisting of caffeine, vitamin b2 (riboflavin), and magnesium substances, which help you stay awake and focused. A cup of hot coffee works like a miracle, as it relaxes you, decreases the risk of depression, heart disease, and improves your cognitive skills. But in the summer, is a cup of hot coffee good for your health? Here in this article, we’ll answer this question, whether consuming coffee during summer is excellent or dreadful.

Warm coffee

  • Hot coffee adds heat to your body, increasing the rate of sweating, which can help you cool off. The study has shown that thermosensors lining the throat and mouth might trigger the sweating response. The sweat needs to be evaporated to make you calm and relaxed. 
  • If you wear heavy material clothing or live in a humid climate, drinking hot coffee won’t help you. But on hot days, when you’re wearing some soft cotton, breathable material clothes, coffee might cool you—but drinking more than a cup would be bad for your health. 
  • The excessive sweating rate causes a problem, and it directly damages psychologically and physically. Sometimes, it imbalances the emotional conditions such as anger, fear, embarrassment, anxiety, and emotional stress. Also, excessive sweating results in the body's dehydration causing adverse side effects. 

What are the adverse effects of coffee in summers?

  • Increase the bone loss in the postmenopausal phase in women
  • Increase the rate of blood pressure
  • Expansion of anxiety level
  • Abnormal heartbeat 
  • Feel Restlessness
  • Muscles tremors 
  • Headache 
  • Dizziness 
  • Insomnia

Coffee also impacts in a good term, but excessive amounts of anything might affect you in the wrong way. So, consume alternatives of coffee in summers to balance your cup of coffee. Stick on to this mantra “One Coffee Cup, Once a Day”!