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Bing Energy Drink
Has caffeine & sugar: Read labels. Your "energy" drink likely contains a fair amount of caffeine & loads of sugar calories. Have you noticed how you "crash" after the caffeine and sugar wear off a few hours after drinking the product? Instead, eat healthy, get plenty of sleep, and exercise--you'll not only feel better and well rested but your daily performance and outlook will improve. Read more
NONE!: During a workout, your stress hormones will ramp you up enough if working at proper intensity. Energy drinks can cause overshoot on BP & heart rate, and heart rhythm problems. Stick to water and electrolyte drinks, especially as you approach 4-0....And beyond. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, how much: And how often > first you are 18 you should not be drinking, you are under age, most of the time will not stop with one drink, in tragic vehicular accident most common cause is due to dwi. Now it is unto you, hope you will not drink. Read more
Possibly deadly: It depends on your age and cardiac health. These drinks are no longer allowed to be consumed by people under 18 and likely a risk for older persons with health issues. They are potent stimulants some people had issues with their heart racing skipping etc someone with bad coronary disease would be a risk for heart attack although I do not know if any heart attacks are associated at this time Read more
Hyper: Prednisone already makes many people feel "bouncy". Throw in a stimulant and you may not feel well at all. You may also get indigestion or stomach pain. Prednisone is an anti inflammatory medication and energy drinks often contain lots of caffeine. The combination may be too much for your stomach, too. Read more
Do you sleep nights?: In general, it's not a good idea. Large amounts of caffeine impair sleep, cause anxiety, even tremor and can precipitate panic attacks. If you work 3rd shift, it is far better for you to get natural sleep, eat a proper diet and not use stimulants. If you have shift work sleep disorder, there are better medications for it than large amounts of caffeine. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No relation: One should not impact the other in any significant way. Read more
There are some: There are some like xs energy drink but has herbs and another is e10energy drink. But my advice is that all this hype of energy drinks can be harmful for some and I will recommend a balanced diet, 7to8 hours of sleep, avoid stress, do not smoke and drink excessively, learn to relax and exercise regularly which will make your body produce endorphins which will give you energy and keep you healthy. Read more
Mixing drugs: Mixing these drugs can be a safety risk. As well, if you inherited are biological vulnerability for bipolar illness, the combination can shift you into hypomania or mania, both of which are harmful to the brain. If you are needing more energy (common in depression), talk with your md about issues of energy, sleep, and treatment adjustments to get you better, rather than risky self-medication. Read more
Probably: Watch for symptoms of irritability, erratic behavior and iinsomnia. If he has gastric symptoms such as nausea/vomiting/diarrhea, you might wasn't to take him to immediate care. Read more
What would be a highly effective kind of energy drink that really works, gives more energy to exercise?
Is there any side effecg for ginko biloba? Since I am drinking energy drink with that content when I study.
This herb has been around for a very long time. Ginkgo biloba is one of the longest living tree species in the world. Ginkgo trees can live as long as a thousand years. Generally, it is a safe natural herb, but here is a link describing all the benefits and side effects from WebMD.
http://www. Webmd. Com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-333-GINKGO. Aspx? ActiveIngredientId=333&activeIngredientName=GINKGO Read more
How significant is the "drop in energy" after drinking an energy drink and what are some other side effects?
Energy drinks: Depends on how much u consume. Harmful effects exist on cardiovascular & metabolic systems. Read more