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Frequently asked questions

How addictive are energy drinks?

From a psychological standpoint, energy drinks can be addicting. Some people may believe they can't do their daily tasks successfully without energy drinks, which can develop into addiction.

What happens if you drink an energy drink every day?

Up to 400 mg of caffeine per day is generally safe. Still, drinking more than four, 8-ounce (240-ml) servings of energy drinks per day — or two, 16-ounce (480-ml) cans of Monster — may cause negative effects due to excess caffeine, such as headache or insomnia.  

What are the side effects of drinking too many energy drinks?

Large doses of caffeine may cause major heart and blood vessel problems such as heart rhythm abnormalities and increases in heart rate and blood pressure.

Caffeine abuse has also been linked to anxiety, insomnia, digestive issues, and dehydration.

Can energy drinks be considered a drug?

Recently, energy drinks/products have enjoyed increased popularity. Although commonly viewed as beverages or food products by consumers, the primary ingredient, caffeine, is considered both a food additive and a drug by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Do energy drinks dehydrate you?

While caffeinated drinks may have a mild diuretic effect — meaning that they may cause the need to urinate — they don't appear to increase the risk of dehydration.

Can you get addicted to Red Bull?

Yes, you can. Energy drink addiction is real. The caffeine found in energy drinks, as well as the sugar, can form a strong dependence on these products in order for people to feel as though they are functioning normally.

How long does energy drink withdrawal last?

In general, the more caffeine you're used to drinking, the more severe your withdrawal symptoms will be. Withdrawal symptoms appear 12 to 24 hours after the last caffeine intake and can continue anywhere from two to nine days.

Do energy drinks damage kidneys?

According to the experts, energy drinks can lead to risk-taking behaviour, mental health issues, weariness, high blood pressure, dental problems, obesity, and even kidney damage. The majority of the dangers are caused by the excessive doses of sugar and caffeine in these supplements.

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