Why should you refrain from "coffee" before vaccinating against COVID-19?

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In addition to some????????medications that may need to be discontinued during the COVID-19 vaccination period, there are also the highly popular caffeinated beverages like "coffee" that may need to be discontinued.
Before vaccinating against COVID-19 What drugs should be discontinued?
Facebook page, what did you eat yesterday? According to the dietitian, “drinking coffee can temporarily raise our blood pressure by up to 8 mmHg and 6 mmHg in both systolic and diastolic blood pressures, respectively. Because of the substance called 'caffeine' in coffee that keeps us awake. or in some people may tremble
“Pressure will have a huge impact on vaccination. Because if our blood pressure is higher than the appropriate threshold, it will not be able to be vaccinated. This is because after vaccination the body may react to the germs in the vaccine that make the heart beat faster. until the pressure rises And if the higher It will be even more dangerous to our hearts.”
Drinking coffee regularly may not have to quit.
However, what did the Facebook page eat yesterday? There is an additional explanation that "But in people who drink coffee regularly, there will be resistance to caffeine, causing blood pressure to not rise as well," which matches the data from Dr. Thirawat Hemajuta, director of the Center for Health Sciences, Accidents. new Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University stated that “(for caffeinated beverages such as) tea, coffee, if you are already drinking, you do not need to stop. Because the amount of regular drinking is already known that it does not cause palpitations. But if you have to stop suddenly, you may have a headache. and mistaken for another side effect of the vaccine.”

So if someone rarely drinks coffee. or very frequent caffeinated beverages or is already sensitive to caffeine as the original capital to avoid coffee and caffeinated beverages before vaccination. But anyone who drinks regularly without any symptoms can still drink normally. Before and after vaccination should drink plenty of water. and get enough sleep If there are any abnormal symptoms, you should see a doctor.

Posted 15 Jul 2021

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