Green Tea Increases the Hangover Effect

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Green Tea Increases the Hangover Effect

Green teas are rich in antioxidants, which seriously inhibits the metabolism of alcohol by showing impact on the liver enzymes (Aldehyde dehydrogenase) that break down and rid the body from acetaldehyde and acetate. Hence the acetaldehyde and acetate content increases in the body. This elevated acetaldehyde levels cause increased skin temperature, facial flushing, increased heart rate, lower blood pressure, dry mouth, nausea and headache. It’s better not to drink tea products during or after excessive alcohol consumption.

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