Why maternity coffee banned

Today in medicine there is still no consensus about how harmful coffee is for a pregnant woman and an unborn baby. Some doctors argue that fragrant drink should be banned throughout the duration of pregnancy. Others, on the contrary, believe that a small amount of coffee does not harm the fruit. And yet during pregnancy, coffee consumption is recommended to be minimized.
If a woman drinks more than 200 ml of coffee per day, she exposes her own cardiovascular system and also the fetus’s cardiovascular system that is not fully formed. If the expectant mother suffers from hypertension, drinking coffee can cause miscarriage or premature birth. Even a healthy woman who abuses coffee during pregnancy runs the risk of having a baby with low birth weight or heart failure.
An overdose of caffeine causes intoxication, contributes to an increased level of anxiety, causes anxiety and headache. Insomnia and heart palpitations are frequent companions of people who abuse caffeinated beverages.
For pregnant women, coffee is also dangerous because of its diuretic effect. The drink, used in large quantities, removes calcium from the body and leads to dehydration. Mineral substances that the fetus needs for full growth are flushed out of the body, which can lead to developmental defects. Coffee also disrupts the process of iron absorption, as a result of which a woman may experience a shortage of hemoglobin in the blood, and the fetus may lack oxygen.
With increased pressure on coffee, a strict ban is imposed: the expectant mother of hypertonic flavored drink can provoke preeclampsia, which in the later periods represents a serious threat to the well-being of the fetus.
Any doctor will confirm that during pregnancy it is very important to remain calm and avoid stress. Caffeine contributes to increased production of the stress hormone cortisol, the increased concentration of which interferes with the normal relaxation of women.The future mother becomes nervous and restless, which also adversely affects the health of the baby.
If the pregnancy proceeds without problems, and the woman boasts good health, you can include no more than one cup of weak coffee with milk in your daily diet. In case of any health problems of the mother or the unborn baby, it is recommended to refuse coffee until the end of the pregnancy and breastfeeding period.

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