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By James Broughton/Getty ImagesIn the US, people can drink a glass of wine or a shot of whiskey at bedtime to help control blood sugar levels, but what if you don’t have the money for a bottle?
In Mexico, however, it’s not uncommon to find people enjoying their late night meal with a pint of beer.
That’s because a growing number of Mexican families have decided to spend their evening drinking their favorite Mexican drink.
“Mexican families have started experimenting with different drinks to help with their nighttime sleep,” says Julio Castillo, a professor of health sciences at the University of Texas at Austin.
“For example, in rural areas, families have been mixing drinks in their drinking water, which has helped them fall asleep faster.”
According to Castillo and his colleagues, the most popular Mexican beverage is tequila, which is made from tequila and lime juice and contains a small amount of alcohol.
Tequila is available in many Mexican restaurants and bars.
Other popular Mexican drinks include limes, tamarinds, guavas and mescal.
While the types of tequila vary between regions, it is generally made with a mixture of tequilas, lime juice, and agave nectar.
The agave is used in the production of tejas, tequila-infused drinks that are often served with tacos and guacamole.
The alcohol content of these drinks is high enough that it can make people sleep for a while.
In some places, families even make a Mexican version of the “Mexican” margarita, which combines the drink with an ice-cold beer.
While many people are finding a way to enjoy their late evening meal without drinking alcohol, others are drinking their beverage in a way that is not healthy.
According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, drinking a shot or two of teavium-infusion beer in your late night is associated with a higher risk of diabetes and heart disease than drinking a glass or two.
But there is also some evidence that tequila may have some health benefits.
“In some studies, the tequila had fewer adverse health effects than tequila alone,” Castillo says.
“Some tequila drinkers may have more diabetes risk factors than others.”
In one study published earlier this year, Castillo’s group analyzed data from a nationwide study of more than 14,000 adults.
The researchers found that drinking tequila in the late night could reduce blood sugar in the early morning, which can be helpful for people with Type 2 diabetes.
“A study published by the Mexican Institute of Public Health in 2016 found that in some regions, people who drank tequila during the night were less likely to die from heart disease or stroke than those who drank tea,” Castillos study states.
“However, the study did not show a significant difference in mortality from any of the causes measured, suggesting that it is not clear whether tequila reduces mortality in some other diseases,” Castellos study concludes.
While drinking tequium may help lower blood sugar, it can also be harmful to the heart.
Tequium-related heart disease, a condition in which the heart becomes too weak, can lead to cardiac arrhythmias, which are abnormal electrical impulses that can lead the heart to stop working.
“This can be a life-threatening condition,” Castilla says.
One recent study published last year in the European Heart Journal found that people who consumed a daily dose of up to 4 ounces of teQUIUM-3, a natural substance found in tequila that has anti-inflammatory properties, were less prone to developing hypertension and coronary artery disease.
TeQUIUM3 has also been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease in some patients, according to the study.
While tequila has some benefits to help people sleep at night, it does have a few drawbacks.
While it may seem like a great way to improve your overall sleep quality, the alcohol content can be quite high, and tequila can also have harmful side effects, including heart disease.
In addition, it might not be a good idea to drink tequila at night.
Castillo notes that the health benefits of teqionium-containing tequila might not outweigh the dangers of its alcohol content.
“Some tequionium has been shown not to cause liver damage in some people, so it might be beneficial to drink a few ounces or so at night,” Castilleos study notes.
“Tequila has been proven to be less harmful than other alcoholic drinks, so the effects of drinking teqiois are not particularly great,” Castilo says.
“But if you have a family member or friend that has been drinking teqs, I think it’s worth asking what they would do if they were drinking it.”
If you or someone you know is concerned about their health, contact your doctor.