Negative effects of energy drinks








Energy Drink Side Effects - Caffeine Informer

5/18/2014
02:51 | Author: Steven Lewis

Negative effects of energy drinks
Energy Drink Side Effects - Caffeine Informer

Possible energy drink side effects that can result from caffeine and the other common ingredients used such as sugar, taurine, B vitamins, and.

i have been drinking alcohol these past 6 days and going to work in the day with only having two hours or so of sleep so i buy 3 or 4 rockstars @473 ml a bottle and today i can barely breath and my nose hurtw to breath out of i feel like iv beeen sniffing so much coke my head is gonna explode and last night when i went to bed i kept twitching i feel out of it and im coughinng up blood and pissing blood pretty sure thats a problem im hopeing it will go away in the next day im jsut gonnna drink alot of water and take some multi vitamins i also have only ate a pita burgeer and poutine in the past 5 days i cant keep a thing down and today i barely was able to get down 4 potatoe wedges neverr drinking that many rock starss EVER again.

Caffeine can be found in other natural ingredients such as guarana, green tea extract, and coffee extract or can go by many other names, so be aware of this when reading energy drink labels.

Recent research in Australia has highlighted the risks with over-consumption of energy drinks.

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Top 10 Energy Drink Dangers - Caffeine Informer

11/27/2014
10:38 | Author: Chloe Allen

Negative effects of energy drinks
Top 10 Energy Drink Dangers - Caffeine Informer

The top 10 possible energy drink dangers when too many are consumed at one time. Caffeine and other ingredients can have harmful side effects.

i drink them all the time and you all are stupid..especially dusty and gilly and chronoscon your thing wasnt funny at all..i’m drinking energy drink right now and i’m not dead stupid.

An hour later you’re thirsty, and forgetful. #11 after using the Relentless can as a port-a-pot, the traffic starts moving again, so you wedge it in the cupholder for later disposal.

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Some points I felt like I was going to die. Well this is helpful. It was very costly and resulted in so many effects.

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What39s the Buzz About Energy Drinks? - WebMD

11/26/2014
08:07 | Author: Molly Young

Negative effects of energy drinks
What39s the Buzz About Energy Drinks? - WebMD

The FDA does not define the term "energy drink"; that label is up to no value, and potentially harmful" in large amounts, adds Cynthia Sass, MPH, MA, RD, Drink these energy drinks on an empty stomach and the effects can be magnified.

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While one cup (8 ounces) of strong coffee has about 125-150 milligrams of caffeine and a 12-ounce can of ordinary cola has 35-38 milligrams, an 8.3-ounce can of Cocaine energy drink contains 280 milligrams. In general, caffeine consumption should be limited to about 200-300 milligrams per day, says Farrell.

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She also points out these drinks contain plenty of calories from sugar, which can add up quickly if you drink a few cans.

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One of the concerns about energy drinks is how easy it is to drink large quantities of these sweet beverages.

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Energy Drinks Affect Heart, MRI Scans Show WebMD

9/25/2014
06:44 | Author: Allison King

Negative effects of energy drinks
Energy Drinks Affect Heart, MRI Scans Show WebMD

The study raises concerns that energy drinks might be bad for the heart, but in the long term they have a detrimental effect on the heart," said.

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"We know there are drugs that can improve the function of the heart, but in the long term they have a detrimental effect on the heart," said Williams, a cardiology professor at Wayne State University School of Medicine, in Detroit.

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There's also the possibility that a person could develop an irregular heartbeat.

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The Health Side Effects of Energy Drinks - EatingWell

7/24/2014
04:15 | Author: Molly Young

Negative effects of energy drinks
The Health Side Effects of Energy Drinks - EatingWell

How much would you pay for a drink that promises to revitalize your mind and body, elevate your energy or give you the focus you need to cross every item off.

Energy-drink manufacturers are not required to list the amount of caffeine their products contain—whether it’s marketed as a beverage or as a dietary supplement—unless it’s added in the form of pure caffeine. If a drink’s caffeine comes in the form of coffee, tea or another natural caffeine-containing substance, such as guarana, you might not know the total amount. The most active ingredient in energy drinks is caffeine. So even if a can says it contains 200 mg of caffeine per serving, it may deliver significantly more.

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