Ceramic cups are common containers for our daily drinking water, but cheap or low-quality ceramic cups may pose potential hazards. Long term use of these cups may pose health risks. Although ceramic cups look no different from high-quality cups in appearance, differences in materials and internal structure may affect the safety of drinking water. Understanding these risks and taking preventive measures is important for protecting health.
There may be the following hazards:
1. Heavy metal infiltration, such as lead and cadmium, is harmful to the nervous system.
2. Contains harmful chemicals, such as volatile organic compounds, which may affect organs such as the liver and kidneys.
3. It is easy to breed bacteria and may lead to gastrointestinal diseases.
4. It is prone to breakage and scratches, which may cause fragments to fall into the water or cause wounds.
5. Contains hormone like substances that may have an impact on the reproductive system.