After drinking coffee, the blood pressure of boys increased by
. After drinking coffee, the blood pressure of boys increased by
. The researchers selected 96 children aged 8-17 as the research subjects, measured their heart rate and blood pressure, and asked them to complete a questionnaire survey on caffeine intake. The researchers then asked them to drink caffeinated drinks and ineffective controls.
found that all the children in the study had lower heart rate and higher blood pressure after drinking caffeine. But boys are more likely to respond to caffeine than girls in the past adolescence. After drinking caffeine, the blood pressure of boys aged 12-17 increased more than that of girls of the same age. But for the undeveloped children, gender has little effect on it.
the researchers also found that girls’ response to caffeine is related to their menstrual cycle, during which hormonal fluctuations alter cardiovascular responses to caffeine.
researchers believe that although the data show that boys and girls have different responses to caffeine, their cardiovascular responses to caffeine are different. This difference is most likely due to the effect of hormones. But in any case, drinking coffee in moderation is good for your health.