If You Are A Tea Addict Like Iniya Iru Malargal’s Pragya, You Should Know These Facts

If you are addicted to tea then be cautious, for excessive tea consumption could have adverse effects on your health and well-being.

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“Of all the addictions of all the beverages in all the world, you choose to opt for tea?”  Getting addicted to beverages is a common thing. I mean all the goodness and without any vices is sure to make life boring. Being addicted to tea is harmless. But then before you heave that sigh of relief, take a moment and think, are you someone who just cannot just keep that cup of tea down? Are you someone like Sriti Jha, who likes to display that love for tea publicly? The actress plays Pragya on Iniya Iru Malargal on ZEE5.

Watch Sriti Jha as she plays the part of Pragya in the show Iniya Iru Malargal.

Sriti Jha is famous for many things and her addiction to tea and reading is something that is evident from her social media pages.

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How to change your mind The new science of psychedelics By @michael.pollan This book discusses and puts into chronology the life of some of the most interesting and possibly the most powerful chemical compounds discovered and consumed by human beings From their respective origins in various ancient cultures – to them being used as a healing drug in clinical studies to fight mental disorders and addictions- to becoming the tool for creating a counter culture… and finally being revived in the field of medicine and science post 2006 Across this book Pollan discusses the journey of psilocybin, LSD, DMT and a lot of other psychellics – introducing some very interesting people who’ve dedicated their whole lives seeking answers to the ever-intriguing questions of consciousness I picked it up because it was listed among Yuval Noah Harari‘s favourite books from 2018 and I LOVED this book. I heard the audiobook and I read the text. I have thoroughly enjoyed it – because this book does not come from a place of judgement against psychedelics or from a place of baselessly celebrating them. Pollan throughout the book is seeking knowledge about these psychedelics and that’s what he delivers – the story of psychedelics from its discovery till now – the how, what, when, where, who – all of it Bohot bohot bohot interesting aur mazedaar kitaab!! #chaiaurkitaab #booksandtea #bookstagram #michaelpollan #howtochangeyourmind

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In most of her posts, she is seen reading a book along with a cup of tea. If you are someone who can relate to this, then you should pay heed to the following details.

1. Dehydration:  According to a study, it is believed that too many cups of tea a day can cause dehydration. Excess caffeine in your system can reduce the absorption ability of your tubules.

2. Go Green:  While excessive tea consumption can prove to have a negative effect, green tea is considered healthy. Some researches claim that regular consumption of green tea in proper amounts can prevent heart disease and cancer.

3. Anxiety bouts: Although tea is not entirely unhealthy, higher intake of tea can take a toll on your mental health and leave you with feelings of anxiety and restlessness.

4. From body to bones: A branch of studies claim that tea helps to reduce body fat as it helps in burning calories. On the other hand, another set of evidence point that excessive tea drinkers may end up with brittle bones.

5.Cleansing Capacity: There is a popular belief that adequate amounts of tea help to clean the body and gets rid of the body waste, but researchers claim that drinking enough water is the best way to cleanse the body.

There is a lot of speculation about the benefits and ill-effects of tea consumption. Some of which have been scientifically proven and accepted but then it is always better to stay off the track where you get addicted to it. Use some caution and stay healthy. Do you know more such facts about tea? Let us know in the comments below!

Also, watch the latest episode of the show Iniya Iru Malargal on ZEE5.

 

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