Dangers Of Energy Drinks?
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In principle, any kind of food or drink, although healthy and nutritious, has a maximum tolerance limit in the body, and can cause adverse effects if consumed in excessive amounts. Rice, is a good and healthy source of carbohydrates and energy, but excessive amounts can cause diabetes. Vitamin C, an antioxidant that can help maintain endurance, prevent cancer, and is good for skin health, but excessive amounts can cause digestive problems, heart problems, and urinary tract stones.
Energy drinks generally contain substances such as:
Taurine Various types of vitamins (Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B12) Ginseng Calcium Caffeine Other additives These substances if consumed will provide a more powerful effect, not sleepy, and feel fresher. However, excessive amounts can result in:
As with coffee, energy drinks because they sometimes contain caffeine, can also cause dependence. Patients with this condition will feel restless, have a headache, and have difficulty concentrating for several days if they do not consume energy drinks. Heart disorders and high blood pressure Hypervitaminosis or excess vitamins. Excess vitamin B can cause skin damage, digestive tract disorders such as diarrhea or constipation, heart rhythm disorders, etc. Difficulty sleeping. Fatigue is a normal body response when we have been doing physical activity, so we are encouraged to rest and let the body return to normal naturally. If the body remains forced to work when in a tired condition (because it does not feel tired), it can have a negative effect on the health of muscles, heart, and nerves. Diabetes mellitus, kidney disease, liver disease, and others. Compared to consuming energy drinks every day, it is better and healthier if you get used to a healthy lifestyle, such as:
Regulate adequate sleep patterns Consumption of enough water (at least 2 L in one day) Regular physical activity, at least three times a week Eat nutritious foods, eat more fruits and vegetables Avoid smoking, alcohol consumption and illegal drugs Always consume food or drinks within reasonable limits Thus, hopefully it can help.