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    The sudden energy rush you feel after drinking one of these cans is often followed by a “crash-and-burn” effect which could leave you craving more. 3. While these drinks give your metabolism a quick boost, afterwards your stomach is left with the carbohydrates and caffeine neither of which are metabolism boosters. E. Energy drinks help you with your workout. 4. Where it would take an average person 15-20 minutes to burn off the 110 calories that are in one can of Red…

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    Energy Drinks Case Study

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    people in professions, and students. This study is conducted to study the good and bad effects energy drinks may bring to those who ingest it, focusing specially on college students who are most likely exposed to different kind of stress and energy-draining activities such as studying. Since the focus of the study is towards the college students, the research's aim is to explain the effects of energy drinks to the college student's health and school performance, to weigh the good effects and the…

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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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    every night. A lack of sleep can cause one to eat unhealthy foods, or not enough food, which can in turn cause a significant lack of energy (Fields). Many people have become lazy. Instead of going to bed early and eating healthy, they take the easy way out by relying on caffeine like coffee and energy drinks to boost their energy. So, what are energy drinks? Energy drinks are flavored beverages containing a high percentage of sugar, caffeine, and other stimulants. They have increased in…

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    Do you drink energy drinks? Energy drinks are misleading and can cause serious side effects to your body. Many people who consume energy drinks don't even realize how unhealthy those beverages are. I`m here today to give our society factual information on how they can be harmful to your body. How do energy drinks give your body energy? Everyone loves the pump up feeling that the beverages give you, but no one knows how they actually give you energy. Energy drinks consume of sugar and caffeine,…

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    Energy drinks have been on the market now for some time now. People like the way they make you feel after they’ve quenched your thirst. What many may not be aware of are what the main ingredients are and the long term problems that can occur from misusing the product. Research has shown that energy drinks have the potential to be harmful and in some cases fatal. For this reason, I believe energy drinks should have an age restriction so no one under the age of 18 will be allowed to purchases…

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    compounds in the energy drinks are benefit for our bodies, thus lead to the next questions, how is energy drink become a big issue to our health life? Excessive drinking energy drinks can cause adverse reaction, including cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, and dehydration. Energy drink and drug abuse together will lead to more serious problems, and even endanger our lives. This year, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has received 13 reports cases of death related to certain energy drinks.…

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    An energy drink addict was rushed to a hospital after downing two litres of high caffeine-laced beverages. Martin Bowling from UK, 28 years old, was rushed to Queen's Hospital after he collapsed in The Bull pub in Romford. The Doctors told him he had "suffered a cardiac arrest because of ultra-high caffeine levels in his blood stream," as per News.com.au. As he recalled the incident to the publication, Bowling said, "There were no warning signs. I don't even know if it hurt." He said the last…

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    frappuccino, energy drink, soda, sweet tea daily thinking it is good drinks that boost their energy and cooling them down forgetting that energy should come from real nutritious foods and water that their bodies need so much. So, Should there be a minimum age or consumption limit for caffeinated beverages? Theoretically, we wish we can prevent any harm from our younger generations and minimize any risk that could jeopardize their abilities. Instead of…

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    Also, energy drinks fall into this category even Starbucks makes energy drinks now. Furthermore, Hershner and Chervin state that “the majority (67%) of users consumed energy drinks to help compensate for insufficient sleep” (Hershner and Chervin 2014). Most people drink energy drinks to stay awake and the majority of the time it is more than one energy drink a day. Overall the university is only promoting the bad decisions of students by having unhealthy places on campus to eat and drink. The…

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