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Dangers of Energy Drinks – Monster – Red Bull and the Like

Monster Drinks :
 
Nervousness
 
The high caffeine content of Monster energy drinks is responsible for its side effects. Nervousness and jitteriness are common side effects of caffeine. Nervousness may be characterized by excessive sweating, tremor, nausea and racing thoughts. It is often dose-related, with the possibility for anxiety increasing with higher doses.
 
 
>>> What are the risks associated with energy drink consumption?
 
The researchers state that the health risks associated with energy drink consumption are primarily related to their caffeine content.
 
Potential risks associated with energy drink consumption include:
 
> caffeine overdose (which can lead to a number of symptoms, including palpitations, high blood pressure, nausea and vomiting, convulsions and, in some cases, even death)
 
> type 2 diabetes – as high consumption of caffeine reduces insulin sensitivity
 
> late miscarriages, low birthweight and stillbirths in pregnant women
 
> neurological and cardiovascular system effects in children and adolescents
 
> sensation-seeking behaviour
 
> use and dependence on other harmful substances
 
> poor dental health
 
> somewhat ironically, given their association with sportiness, obesity
 
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Eduardo Kill – Energy Drinks

To all my Red Bull/energy drink fans…

Eduardo Kill fitness coach says:

“Life is all about choices – better choices! 👍 I remember when I was going through a bad phase of drinking Redbulls (😝) to get work done in the afternoons, after waking up at 4am 😴 to work. Plus I was also craving pizzas 🍕😱. I decided to put Slim to the test and BAMM 💥 within 3 days of drinking Slim, I felt a lift in energy, with no caffeine! And no more cravings! I became a fan after a week of drinking Slim consistently!”

We all know the more we drink, the more we need. All the while, the #chemicals in #energydrinks, is destroying our insides and can lead to some serious health problems…I dare you to take a real good inventory of yourself and ask “do I really care about my #health“?

#changes #justdoit

Your future self will thank you for it.”