And according to “Healthline”, drinking a lot of coffee can also have some harmful effects, and among the most prominent risks caused by frequent drinking of coffee:
Some studies have found that women who drink a lot of coffee may have a higher risk of bone fractures.
On the other hand, men who drink more coffee seem to have a slightly lower risk.
Researchers have shown that consuming coffee may not be safe during pregnancy, and there is some evidence to suggest a link between higher coffee consumption, pregnancy loss, low birth weight and preterm labor.
There may be a higher risk of developing endometriosis among women who drink coffee, but there is insufficient evidence to confirm this association.
People who drink a lot of coffee may be more likely to develop this condition.
Consuming high amounts of caffeine may increase the risk of anxiety, especially among people with panic disorder or social anxiety disorder. Less commonly, it may lead to mania and psychosis in susceptible people.
One study from 2016 found that consuming high amounts of caffeine during adolescence can lead to permanent changes in the brain.
The scientists conducting the study expressed concern that this might increase the risk of anxiety-related conditions in adulthood.
Presence of toxic components
In 2015, researchers found relatively high levels of mycotoxins in commercial coffee. Mycotoxins are toxic substances that can contaminate coffee as a natural product.
Some people fry that acrylamide, another chemical found in coffee, could be dangerous.