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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Drinking Black Coffee can Cause Allergies

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Health-Net: Many people like coffee because it can make awake longer, refreshing the mind or increase body metabolism. But in some people caffeine coffee can cause allergies.

Black coffee is one drink that can help increase your metabolism. In addition to fat-free, black coffee (without sugar) is also free of calories that can play a role in weight loss. In addition, many people who like coffee because it can make people stay awake.

But for someone who has a coffee allergy, allergic reaction to caffeine can cause headaches in a few minutes after eating a small amount of caffeine. But not all reactions to caffeine are the result of allergies and possible side effects commonly associated with drinking caffeine coffee, as reported by the LIVESTRONG on Tuesday June 13, 2011.

People who has coffee allergy will produce a specific chemical substance that is Immunoglobulin E or IgE antibodies, which only made the body when experiencing an allergic reaction.

Most allergic reactions because the coffee can cause headaches associated with sinus cavity. Histamine is produced in the sinuses causing nasal swelling reduce your ability to breathe through the nostrils and mucus.

In addition to swelling in the nose, caffeine allergy also causes pain in the area around the head. University of Maryland Medical Center states that sinus headaches cause facial pressure and pain in the cheeks, eyes, forehead, ear and upper teeth.

A growing headache because caffeine allergy can be treated by taking an antihistamine and decongestant. Antihistamines reduce the amount of histamine produced in the body, while decongestants to reduce swelling in the sinus cavity.

But the most effective treatment is to reduce food and beverages that contain caffeine, like soda, tea, coffee, energy drinks and chocolate.

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