energy drinks

  1. HindeSight #8: Study Raises New Concerns Over How Energy Drinks Might Affect Veterans With PTSD
    . Study Raises New Concerns Over How Energy Drinks Might Affect Veterans With PTSD  Many veterans have experienced the side effects of high-caffeine energy drinks in order to stay awake during training and combat. Unfortunately, experts are now saying, "Anything over about 400mg of caffeine a day could lead to insomnia, rapid heartbeat and anxiety." Watch the entire NBC News...
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  2. Just One Energy Drink Can Increase Heart Attack Risk
    Just One Energy Drink Can Increase Heart Attack Risk
    BY ANNIE HAYES | Aug. 11, 2018 According to a recent Men's Health article, "Sugar and caffeine in can form is even worse for you than previously thought—Just one energy drink can increase heart attack risk. They’re bad for your liver, your waistline, your teeth, and they can even harm your mental health, causing depression, headaches and irritability. "But if you need...
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