Negative Effects of Energy Drinks Essay

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    several times. The story I’m about to introduce is negative effects of energy drinks. Since a big part of our lifestyle changes due to increasing competition and higher pressure for success, many people looking hard for quick and easy ways to maintain their energy level these days so it becomes more and more popular. Now, it might be important to know if energy drinks really have any benefits to us as well as what degree in consumption of energy drinks should need extra health warning, and possibly a ban on children and teenagers to drink them? At the end of the day, everyone has to take responsibility…

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    Are Energy Drinks Bad for You? People consume many different products without knowing what the product actually contains in its ingredients. For several years, I’m sure we all have heard about energy drinks being bad for our health or some story about someone dying or having a heart attack from consuming too many energy drinks in a short period of time, but many people still consume these drinks regardless of all the know negative side effects. In a survey of college students, Dr. Ananaya…

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    consumption of energy drinks has gained popularity since 1997, energy drinks has become a worldwide phenomenon (Malinauskas, B, et.al, 2007) and has been regularly consumed to compensate for sleepless nights alertness and ease stress in a busy lifestyle in young people. (Persad, L, 2011) According to the Australian Drug Foundation it provides that: [a] Energy drinks are beverages that contain varying amounts of caffeine, taurine, guarana, amino acids, vitamins and sugars. ( Drug.info, 2015)…

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    reducing juvenile crime, but there are ways far more effective than adult trying and sentencing.      When considering the idea of trying and sentencing juveniles as adults, it is important to know exactly what these procedures may entail. Amnesty International, a human rights group, found that Juveniles are often subjected to physical and sexual abuses while in detention (World: Americas Amnesty Says US Jails Too Many Children). An environment like this is far too…

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    America is in desperate need of harsh regulations on energy drinks. Energy drinks are a plague on American citizens. The use of these energy drinks is very prevalent in the hyper-competitive nature of our country's society. Most drinkers of energy drinks are using them to gain an edge on everyone, while facing negative long-term and short-term health effects. According to the World Health Organization, "Energy drinks pose a grave danger to public health." With the ease of access to energy drinks…

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    products that adolescents consume daily. As well as the adverse health effects that have been shown to present themselves due to heavy caffeine use in teens. This ritual of a morning dose of caffeine might provide short-term benefits, however, the negative long and short term effects can far outweigh them.…

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    the harmful effects of alcohol, many do not realize the harm that energy drinks can play, especially when consumed alongside alcohol. Can energy drinks, which can be purchased by just about anyone, really be that dangerous? Research located in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research Journal has found that combining the consumption of energy drinks and alcohol together may in fact intensity one another, resulting in additional negative effects than one would receive drinking the two alone.…

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    that too much energy can kill you? Well in a sense it can. Overview: Energy drinks today are consumed the most by youth and young adults which is terrible. College students are the main target because as you may know, we lack energy. We have to stay up late and wake up early to complete assignments and attend class. As helpful as you may think energy drinks are, they impose a great threat to our health. I am going to talk about the health issues, why they are still legal even though they…

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    decision is this? It is a fact that energy drinks do give energy, but is it good for the human body? Energy drinks come in a tall cans with many different colors and a catchy slogans that grabs many teenagers attention. We see them all over the place like commercials, billboards, radio and even school cafeterias. They are known for helping you stay awake, give you an energy even on your worst day and even boost your mood. Energy drinks use many different substances in order keep their drinks…

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    In 2006 alone, 500 new energy drinks were created. Energy drinks, that which typically contain large amounts of sugar and caffeine, are equally if not more dangerous to children. Even though the target market for energy drinks are young adults aged 18-35, teenagers are often consuming significant quantities of these beverages. “According to self-report surveys, energy drinks are consumed by 30% to 50% of adolescents and young adults.”(pediatrics 1). “Of the 5448 US caffeine overdoses reported…

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