Effects of Consuming More Than 3 Cups of Chai or Coffee Daily 

Moderate caffeine intake has health benefits, including reduced risks of type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and some cancers. 

Caffeine enhances cognitive function, memory, reaction time, athletic performance, and lowers blood pressure. 

General guideline 

Limit caffeine to 400mg/day, equivalent to about 4 cups of coffee or 10 cups of black tea. 

Excessive caffeine intake may lead to anxiety, insomnia, increased heart rate, and blood pressure. 

Other risks include headaches, tremors, dehydration, reduced mineral absorption, dependency, and tolerance. 

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Adverse reactions can occur due to other ingredients in chai or coffee, such as milk, sugar, or spices. 

Strategies to reduce caffeine intake: Gradual cutback, switch to decaffeinated alternatives, avoid late consumption.

Limit intake of other caffeine sources like energy drinks, chocolate, or medications.

Seek medical advice for health concerns or severe symptoms related to caffeine intake.

Tea and coffee have positive effects in moderation but can have negative effects in excess, requiring mindful consumption.