March 25, 2021
Most of us begin our day with a hot beverage. Is this preference for hiking our risk of carcinoma of the esophagus?
A cup of scalding hot tea, coffee, or chocolate feels heavenly, especially on a cold, dreary day. Unfortunately, though, researchers have recently revealed that consuming extremely hot drinks can hike your carcinoma risk. Drinks that exceed the reading of 149 °F tend to injure your mucosal lining which can in turn trigger carcinogenesis, a process that gives rise to cancer cells.
These findings do not necessarily spell crisis for all tea and coffee lovers. There are still ways to enjoy your daily cuppa without exposing yourself to the dangers of esophageal malignancies. Here are some suggestions:
Drinking piping hot drinks every day can make you much more vulnerable to esophageal malignancies especially if you are also a smoker and/or an alcoholic. It is, therefore, advisable to not just avoid drinking excessively hot drinks but also to steer clear of tobacco use and alcohol abuse.
For more information on various types of cancers and their treatments, please visit our website – https://www.actchealth.com/