Are there any negative effects from drinking energy drinks daily ?!

Question: Are there any negative effects from drinking energy drinks daily !?
How many!? And I generally drink 3 red bulls a day!.

1!. "According to the Salt Lake Community College Globe, a University of Maryland at College Park study found that consuming energy drinks with high levels of caffeine -- like Adrenaline, Red Bull and Venom -- can have serious short-term and long-term health effects like irregular heart rate and increased blood pressure!."

2!."With the popularity that Red Bull energy drinks comes the speculations about the side effects that it may have on those who are taking them!.

From the time that Red Bull first came out in the market, it became an instant hit among those who have tried and tested its effects on the body!. It is no wonder why this energy drink have become a household name in no time at all!.

But along with its popularity came the speculations about its side effects!. The idea is that if something is that good, then there must be something in the ingredient that can bring the opposite reaction!. This may be one of the thoughts that the not-so-convinced consumers have in mind!.

One of the side effects that is being pointed out in Red Bull energy drinks is its caffeine content!. There are those who believe that there are high amounts of caffeine being contained in a single bottle of this energy drink!.

What people do not know about is that the amount of caffeine present in Red Bull energy drinks is the same as the amount that is in one cup of coffee that people normally like to take!.

Caffeine in every other beverage is really not good for the health!. Every health expert knows that high consumption of caffeine can bring about high blood pressure, alleviate heart disease risk and even diabetes!. That is, if you are one of those who are addicted or is used to taking any beverage high on caffeine more than the normal number of times!.

But caffeine is also known for the benefits that it can bring to the body!. Caffeine has the tendency to perk you up in times of weariness!. It increases heart rate to give you that energy boost when you feel tired and drained already!. These benefits are what the makers of Red Bull energy drink are focusing on!.

This just shows that caffeine in Red Bull energy drinks, in other energy drinks and other types of beverage is one issue that can be subjected to debates based from those who have seen more of its positive or negative effects!.

For those who are used to drinking Red Bull energy drinks, the only side effects that they have seen so far is the increased nervousness and anxiety!. This is especially experienced by those whose body have gotten used to taking regular amounts of this energy drink!.

It can be pointed out that this reaction is not only seen from those who are taking Red Bull energy drinks!. Almost all people who are dependent on any kind of energy drink have been found to be experiencing the same things!.

This is normal and to be expected from energy drinks!. For that matter, any beverage that has caffeine content!.

That is why it is important that you should know firsthand what your body can tolerate and what it cannot!. Before taking on energy drinks, make sure that you are aware of the ingredients that is present in every can or bottle!.

If you already have health problems, you first have to ask your doctor if it fine for you to take energy drinks!. Experts advice are still the best advice of all!.

Try drinking Red Bull energy drinks and see how your body reacts to its effect!. If you feel any side effects after sometime, you can always choose to stop drinking Red Bull energy drinks and get another!. The choice is up to you!.

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Heart palpitations, nervousness, possible panic attacks/anxiety attacks( depending on the person)!.
Those are the main ones there's more!.

I got this info from the latest research done on energy drinks!.
But anything with a high caffeine content can play havoc on your nervous system and heart!.
Moderation is the key here!.
One a day !? Yes!.
4, 5, 6 a day!?
Problems down the road!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

from experience, it increases your heart rate and your blood sugar content!. by doing this, it causes the body to work less when not on caffeine!. Plus of you constantly drink regular (sugar-filled) energy drinks, it does not have a good effect on your heart!. Trust me from experience as a caffeholicWww@FoodAQ@Com

so many but the majors are addiction, nervousness (keep shaking your foot when sitting etc ),anxiety attacks, sleepless nights and memory lapses!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.it differs for mosr people but bottom line is it is not good to do this too often as you kidney also can suffer (your kidney handles all this caffeine trafficWww@FoodAQ@Com

yes there are many reasons to avoid them, i won't repeat answers already given!. i met a guy who used to drink them all the time and he broke out in a severe rash all over!. the doctor told him to stop drinking the energy drinks, it was caused from too much vitamin b12!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

does smoking kill
for one they hurt your wallet
for two they give you energy you really dont need, causing weight gain,
for three they make you lethargic
they are pointless
3 cans of red bull + exorcise actually killed sombody

caffine is addictive Www@FoodAQ@Com

yes there are lots after many times drinking it it becomes addictive and you wont be able to do things without it plus you will keep spending your moneyWww@FoodAQ@Com

many!. u'll become addicted, and that's not good already!.

yes manyWww@FoodAQ@Com

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