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MONDAY, April 9, 2018 (HealthDay News) Forget what a hot chili pepper can do to your stomach: A new case report suggests that eating some of the hottest ones may give you a headache that can send you to the emergency room. The Super-Hot Pepper That Sent A Man To The ER: The Salt Carolina Reapers are some of the hottest peppers in the world. So hot, in fact, that for one man, participating in a pepper-eating. For one brave man, eating one of the hottest peppers in the world came with an unexpected side effect: Days of splitting headaches that prompted a trip to the emergency room. The unusual cas.

Along with RCVS, hot peppers have also been known to lead to other health problems. In 2016, a San Francisco man was sent to hospital with a 1-inch hole in his esophagus after he’d consumed a paste made out of ghost peppers. A ghost pepper is anywhere from 100 to 400 times hotter than a jalapeno, and 10 times hotter than a habanero pepper. If you’re thinking of entering a hot chili pepper eating contest, you might want to think twice, They only lasted a few seconds each, but the pain was so severe he went to the ER.

A 34-year-old man recently landed in the hospital due to excruciating headaches, as well as debilitating pain in his head and neck. The culprit? A Carolina Reaper he ate in a hot-pepper-eating contest. Learn about the lectins in peppers and other nightshade vegetables that can cause a host of inflammatory issues.

Then follow these tips to assess your particular sensitivity to them. Super-spicy snacks are scorching the snack scene. But too much hot pepper can give you belly pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or a burning feeling in your gut.

Even kids are ending up in the ER. Why Hot Peppers Burn. In order to soothe the burn of a hot pepper, it helps to understand why it feels hot.The sensation of heat comes from capsaicin, the active compound in hot peppers, binding to the sensory receptors in your mouth or skin that detect heat. These neurons fire off a painful warning when they detect a temperature hot enough to harm tissue. While some can tolerate super hot peppers and champion spicy food for its health benefits, others have less-than-pleasant experiences and even wind up in the emergency room. Whether you love or hate the heat, one thing is certain: the more spice, the more it hurts.

When we eat very hot peppers, the brain receives “pain” signals that can result in an upset stomach, nausea, or vomiting, says Bazilian. The stomach reacts as if you’ve consumed a toxic substance.

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Of course, eating a chile pepper has more of an immediate impact than taking a spoonful ofmedicine.

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As the capsaicin is very irritant, it can cause a burning sensation on initial application and care must be taken to prevent any contamination of eyes and mucous membranes.

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More good news if you prefer the spicy side of life—additional investigations have found no difference in rates of inflammation of the stomach in heavy consumers of spice, and no difference in the rate of ulcer healing in those patients consuming large amounts of red pepper daily.

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Capsicum peppers are known to have a very hot bite, sometimes to the point of being overwhelming.

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They have been thought to irritate the stomach lining and promote ulcers, but in fact chili peppers prevent ulcers and improve digestion.

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Although it is widely believed that hot peppers cause indigestion, in fact, quite the opposite can be true.

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Chili peppers don’t actually burn your mouth, but they can cause pain.

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Chili doesn’t injure the stomach of most people, nor does it cause ULCERS.

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Because the mouth and throat are anesthetized, swallowing and detecting the temperature of hot foods may be difficult, and aspiration or burns may occur.

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The fiery ingredient in red pepper, capsaicin, is the hottest thing going for postherpetic neuralgia.

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  • Don’t worry I eat hot food a lot as well and managed to do the same thing as you pushing it too far. I was in fetal position for about 8 hours and couldn’t move at all.

  • Not to be like that bitch but two of them didnt even empty their spoons… not even close like their dipped their tongue in and that’s it.. like I’m not saying I could do better… but I think it’s really unfair for the other two… especially the one which ended up in the hospital…

  • Some people say that jalapenos are quite hot. Well they are nothing compared to thai peppers. And i eat thai peppers every day. And i eat them raw so they are more spicy.

  • This dude has so much character… personality is ok but I did if u still on I would like to donate.. it was kicked back last month and I truly don’t watch a lot of you tube..or ur channel never pops up.

  • do not give teenagers free time, is what we learned today.. y’all seemed in such pain, I’m so sorry.
    “should I stuff ice cubes up my nose, like let me know”

  • I have watched this video over the last couple of years. One of those classic videos that deserves repeated viewings. Mad Dog Plutonium 357 is an extract, not a hot sauce and I doubt I’ll ever try it. Johnny Scoville has drank the whole bottle 2 times. He is not your average human though.

  • Me eats a taki


  • So I ate 12 chalupas 2 nacho bowls 8 tacos and chili “my stumic hurts”

    The news: BREAKING NEWS world war 3 is starting please take cover

  • I wouldn’t eat the Carolina reaper or the dragon breathe because you’ll know what will happen in the bathroom when you ate it and your going to poop it out.

  • Irony is this video recommends drinking alcohol which causes mental decay to dissolve capsacin if isn’t dissolved causes mental decay.

    Just stick with cow or almond milk.

  • LEL when you dont realise you just fucked it up massively and go for another. Usualy i keep sayin this gonna burn twice.. i wonder how his bungholio felt over the next week. Cant stop laughing

  • i dont even think he intentionally put the lid on the sauce. his body did that automatically ike ‘muthafucka we are not ok right now, stop’

  • I recently went to Burrito Bandito and tried the Mad Dog 357. They made me sign a waiver and they gave it to me on the side in a sauce cupthey wouldn’t put it on my burrito for me. I put a fairly tiny amount on my burrito and HOLY COW, it was hot as balls. I had to put half my burrito away for the morning. If the plutonium is 30x as hot, I can’t even imagine.

  • Do chilies make you dumb? Can chilis even cause dementia? Some new research from the Qatar University shows that there’s a connection between eating chili peppers and the risk of mental decay. Even worse, some peppers are so hot that you might need to go to an Emergency room.
    Underknown shows take you to the frontiers of science, tell the greatest underknown stories from history and make the most complex ideas and theories entertaining and accessible. Underknown takes you beyond the familiar to explore, question and marvel at the magnificent vagaries of life on Earth and the Universe and ponder our best hopes for our planet, our lives, our children and our future.

  • This Information about Dimentia is not true at all,Far east asia like Japan,Malaysia,Indonesia,Korea and a bunch of other places where they have a lot of healthy old age people eat alot of Chilli,do your research man before you start spreading lies.

  • I subbed and turned on notifications and liked and planted a tree lol ����������������������������������������������������������������

  • I had some of this and it hurt my stomach for a week. It was on an earl campbell hot link as a prank and I ate the whole thing. Thought my gums were peeling of my teeth. The pain was so crazy but worth the bragging rights to my buddies for me eating the whole link. Lol

  • iv’e actually made up my own pepper its called a molten pepper that can only be found in volcano’s!
    and i consider it the most deadliest pepper it can literally give you agony for 1 season!
    and that’s my pepper what do you think?

  • You can just eat chocoLates or drink miLk for a Less burning in ur mouth. WeLL i reaLLy dont beLieve wat science says aLways i doubt it

  • Never get cocky about hot sauce, especially if you didn’t grow up eating hot food everyday like people in Latin America and South Asia do

  • Capsaicin in its purest form is only soluble in alcohol, he wasn’t feeling it at first because of that, but once it reached him he had already made a horrible mistake taking a second bite. Yes this isn’t pure capsaicin, but its damn close which is why it is so thick. The hottest thing I have eaten is a ghost and that is just too hot for me, this guy is a legend for taking it so well.

  • I was shopping with my family some foods. There was someone that get you a pickle or something to taste. I ran to get one when I was somehow child. I stand in front him looking in the plate and I found a very tall big pepper as a decoration for the plate and I took it.
    Hey dad!! Look at me! (I ate the pepper on one shot and my dad were about to kill me for that ����)

  • Hot peppers provide better health benefits than most foods! This video is straight incorrect.

    Eat hot peppers people, it won’t cause dementia, but it will improve your health

  • I once as a kid 7 y old to be exact I eated a Jalapeno ( I can’t have the line over the n It just doesn’t work ;-;)
    I took a super small bite
    No effects has happened to me
    So I said to myself
    Why not eat the whole thing
    I regretted it
    I chugged lots of watter
    It was painfull
    Edit: I didn’t watch the whole vid

  • wrong! theres no science here. u say peppers evolved to ward off animals. mice arent even affected by peppers. birds and goats eat them like candy. u r an absolute dumbass… not surprising u r after all an evilturd who thinks evilusion is real

  • That sent me to the hospital too. I mixed mad dog.357 and atomic bomb together at Firehouse subs. Also my first time I’m an ambulance!

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  • I knew it was about to be serious when before he spread the sauce on the wing, he was staring at the knife and forgot what it was for a couple seconds,lol

  • This is so stupid �� the challenges I can agree kinda.. but if you build your tolerance any organic super hot pepper is super healthy for you period.