8 Side Effects of Drinking Carbonated Water

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Dental Health Issues: Carbonated water is slightly acidic due to the dissolved carbon dioxide, which can erode tooth enamel over time.

Gastrointestinal Distress: Some individuals may experience bloating, gas, or an upset stomach after drinking carbonated water.

Exacerbation of Acid Reflux: For people with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or acid reflux, carbonated beverages can trigger

Bone Health: Some studies suggest that carbonated drinks might have a mild impact on calcium excretion, potentially affecting bone density over time.

Dehydration: While water is hydrating, the carbonation in carbonated water might make some people feel fuller more quickly

Increased Belching: The carbonation in sparkling water leads to the release of carbon dioxide gas,

Potential Weight Gain: Sweetened or flavored carbonated water often contains sugar or artificial sweeteners, leading to increased calorie

Trigger for Migraines or Headaches: For some individuals, the carbonation in drinks can act as a trigger for headaches or migraines.

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