- Aren’t used to eating spicy foods.
- Have gastrointestinal (GI) issues.
- Are genetically more sensitive to capsaicin.
- Eat a large quantity of capsaicin-containing foods UFABET
The more capsaicin you ingest. Whether by eating a large quantity of spicy foods or a smaller amount of an extremely hot one. The more intense your possible reaction may be.
Capsaicin has the unique ability to trigger heat receptors in your skin. Tricking your nervous system into thinking your body is overheating. This signals your brain to activate cooling mechanisms. So, you really don’t just taste spicy , you also feel them!
The heat from capsaicin to putting your hand over a flame. When your hand is farther away, you feel mild heat, similar to eating mildly spicy food. But as your hand moves closer to the flame (the more capsaicin you eat). The more discomfort you’ll experience. You might even get burned.
Can cause internal irritation, inflammation and pain. Your body may see capsaicin as a toxin and try to get rid of it. The result? You may experience:
- Abdominal (belly) pain.
- Burning diarrhea.
- Chest pain.
- Violent vomiting.
Eating extremely spicy foods can even cause physical damage and pain so severe that you need emergency care. Gastric acid from vomiting can burn your esophagus and throat.