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The habit of drinking tea protected the British from dysentery in the 18th century. Daily Mail:


In England in the 1700s. the prevalence of tea drinking has led to a decrease in the incidence of infections. Scientists told Daily Mail about this.
During the industrial revolution in England, the population density increased and cities developed. As the study of the data of more than 400 monastic parishes showed, that is why the number of deaths has increased. But the spread of tea led to the fact that more people began to survive. The marzes with the most abundant water benefited more from the spread of tea. This means that the drink reduced the incidence of dysentery, a serious disease of the gastrointestinal tract that can be caused by various microorganisms. Probably, people began to destroy microbes in boiling water. Scientists emphasized that in the 18th century, people still did not know about the causative agents of infections in water. They changed their behavior not because of some external influence, but because they wanted to drink tea, the experts explained. This observation may simplify the incorporation of various means of combating disease in the modern world. "This is a great example of how a population adopted healthy behaviors without trying to change the culture or habits of the outside because they wanted to borrow those practices inside. That is what we can pay attention to and, perhaps, try to imitate when considering future measures aimed at improving health," the experts noted.

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