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    Consumption of High-Caffeine Energy Drinks Affect Blood Pressure” was conducted by the Department of Medicine, Hypertension Program at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia. The publisher was Wiley Periodicals Inc. In this research, the investigation is based on whether high caffeinated drinks, such as energy drinks, affect blood pressure. By investigating this problem, the researcher can create awareness to the side effects of energy drinks and acknowledge any harmful…

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    You Will Hate Energy Drinks after Learning Your Body’s Reaction to Them Often, we consume an energy drink when we need a boost of energy in the afternoon, or when learning before a crucial exam. However, we must be aware of the dangers that energy drinks pose to our bodies. These drinks can cause a heart attack or a stroke. The effects of energy drinks Cardiovascular diseases and strokes after the consumption of energy drinks are common because these drinks make the blood sticky. The blood…

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    Safety and Regulations for energy drinks The (FSSAI) Food Safety and Standards Authority of India has drafted the regulations that the energy drink manufacturers should rename their products as ‘caffeinated beverages’ Based on the research done on the study of caffeine and energy consumption in India, the draft regulation would evidently raise the caffeine limit to 320 milligrams per litre or 320 parts per million (ppm) in caffeinated beverages as well as disallow any nutritive claims the…

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    Confeinated Energy Drinks

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    In today’s society, the caffeinated energy drinks sectors have revealed strong growth in the beverages industries over the world (Bunting et al., 2013 and Smith, 2013). Klaassen et al. (2012) noted that a caffeine is one of psychoactive substances in energy drinks and easy to purchase. Smith (2013) mentioned that even the caffeinate drinks have both benefits and drawback effects of caffeine however; most energy drinks contain excess sugar daily allowances recommendation that might be obesogenic…

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    Energy Drinks Body

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    Energy drinks aren't that bad for you. Adults can consume about 400 milligrams of caffeine a day. That would equal a 20-ounce venti at starbucks or two bottles of 5 hours of energy. Too much caffeine can block your source of adenosine. Adenosine helps you sleep so when you don't have that you can't really sleep. Drinking more than 2 energy drinks could mess with your heart. It could even increase your blood sugar. It could also affect the pace that your heart beats at. Too much energy…

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    consume everyday. Whether it is from coffee, soda, or various energy drinks, and supplements. This has an affect on the human body that is not often thought about. Teenagers in particular are very likely to use caffeinated items to get through their days and use them for extracurricular activities. There is also a large amount of people that as of lately have been using energy drinks with alcohol. It is even stated on energy drink products not to consume them with alcohol because this can…

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    Monster Energy Drinks

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    The global team of athletes sponsored by Monster Energy, the caffeinated-beverage company, is a roster of super bros. Conor McGregor, of Ireland, is a densely tattooed mixed-martial-arts champion who trained in Tae Kwon Do, karate, capoeira, and kickboxing while working as a plumber, prior to turning pro in M.M.A. Tom Schaar, of Malibu, became, at the age of twelve, the first person to land a 1080-degree airborne rotation on a skateboard, and was the youngest-ever gold medalist at the X Games,…

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    Energy Drinks First, energy drinks are popular to athletes. They say it helps them to be productive and energetic all day. But most athletes doesn’t care what are the ingredients in an energy drinks, when they heard the word “energy drink” automatically they’ll think it will help them to be productive but they don’t know “an eight ounce can of energy drink has 110 calories, 27g sugar, and 80 milligrams of caffeine compared to 55 milligrams of soda” (Anderson). That explains that energy drinks…

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    the effects of energy drinks on both physical and mental fitness of the human body. Energy drinks that are highly caffeinated and mixed with alcohol impose a great effect on a person. They are also highly popular in teens and young adults. Hoping it will keep them awake during the day. Energy Drinks are easy to find any store has them and there a popular drink amongst teens and young adults. Energy Drinks are consumed by drinking them hence the word drink in its name. Energy Drinks on average…

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    Do you drink energy drink? Energy drink are very unhealthy for the human body. Energy drinks can have side effects. Some people might think that energy drinks are good for people. And others may think that they aren't good for people. First reason energy drinks aren’t good for people because energy drinks can cause insomnia. Insomnia is when the person cannot stay asleep or they person is having trouble going to sleep. Energy drink is one of the most common causes of intermittent and…

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