For many young people, reaching for an energy drink is like grabbing a cup of coffee.
Whether it’s studying for an upcoming exam, staying awake on the road, and getting an energy boost before a party, young people are relying on energy drinks to get more out of their day.
However, energy drink can be incredibly dangerous to consume, especially for young children and adolescents.
Dangers Of Energy Drinks: What They Do To Your Body
In a recent article, the Daily Mail published the following chart, which breaks down how your body reacts to finishing an energy drink (1).
First 10 minutes after finishing your can
The caffeine begins to enter your bloodstream and your heart rate and blood pressure start to rise.
After gulping down an energy drink, it can take between 15-40 minutes to start to feel more alert and focused.
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