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Do 5 Hour Energy Drinks Affect Epilepsy
Not good: I have to admit I have used them occasionally, but I don't recommend them. Some are better than others, but they all have a lot of things in them that aren't very good for you and there is no quality control to guarantee they have exactly what it says on the label. Many of them have extremely high levels of caffeine. ...Read more
Epileptic seizures. Per Mayo Clinic "Epilepsy is a central nervous system disorder (neurological disorder) in which nerve cell activity in the brain becomes disrupted, causing seizures or periods of unusual behavior, sensations and sometimes loss of consciousness. " ...Read more
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
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
Okay: Yes it is okay to take benadryl 2 hours after having an energy drink. Benadryl does make some people drowsy. The energy drink may contain caffeine that makes many alert. So if you are taking the benadryl for sleep, it might not be effective. Benadryl will still be effective if you are taking it for congestion. ...Read more
I drank a rockstar energy drink four hours ago before skateboarding for three hours and I just took a nyquil and I want to know if im gonna die or not?
No-at least not soon:
Like all of us, you will die sooner or later (hopefully not for 70-80 years) but what you took will not kill you.
The energy drink has some caffeine which is stimulating and the Nyquil has a cough suppressant and antihistamine that can make you drowsy, but the combination will not kill you. ...Read more
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I am 32 years old, active and healthy but today when I drank a monster energy drink I instantly got chest pain and have had it for a few hours. Should I go to the er?
I vote YES: It's hard to tell what is causing the chest pain (may or may not be the heart). One's own doctor, if available, can offer advice and may want to do an EKG to see how the heart is doing (presuming the pain is mild). If no personal doctor is available, then the ER would be a place to go. If the chest pain is moderate or severe, calling 911 right away would be wise (in case there is heart problem) ...Read more
Does 5 hour energy and other similar energy drinks cause bad sleep patters and panic attacks? I drink coffee and coffee never gives me those symptoms
I drank an energy drink 12 hours ago. I still have my heart pumping and im still shaking. What do I do to stop my heart going so fast? : (
Heart pumping?: It is better to go to er to make sure nothing serious is going on, good luck. ...Read more
What healthy food I need to consume to help me stay up late night? I don't want to take any energy drink and no coffee. I drank it too much.
The best way to stay awake is to be well rested. If you get enough sleep on a regular basis it will be much easier for you to stay awake when you absolutely must.
Avoid sugar, eat more protein (almonds, cashews) snack on peanut butter and celery, don't eat huge meals, avoid starchy foods, drink cold water. ...Read more
I understand your desire to lose weight.
Energy drinks cannot give you Nutrition for adequate physical, intellectual, emotional and social functioning.
•Respect yourself for your accomplishments
•Do not brood on your weight or physical appearance
•Set realistic goals to decrease weight/ month
•Have Balanced Diet of 1500 calories/day
•See Therapist for self-esteem, coping skills for stress. ...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
Just cerious im a male about 5" 11"ft and weigh about 125 pounds I drink rockstar energy drinks daily for months now it seems, am I in danger?
Rockstar just isn't: Healthy. Rockstar Original contains 160mg of caffeine (16 oz can) & Rockstar Punched has 360 mg caffeine (24 oz can). Men's Health Magazine named Rockstar Original as the Worst Energy drink because it contained 280 calories and had 67.5 grams of sugar. Rockstar reportedly has 1, 000 mg of taurine. Caffeine - possible side effects: nervousness, insomnia, restlessness, irritability feeling hyper, ...Read more
I always feel weird when I drink energy drinks. I feel like I can't focus and I always get sleepy. Shouldn't it be the opposite?
I'm currently hungry a lot, I drink a lot mainly water, hardly have energy drinks. I eat a lot! But I don't lose weight, what should I do?
Let me see:
You eat a lot
and you don't loose weight
check your thyroid
maybe see a bariatric physician. ...Read more
I drink 450ml of energy drink every day. Now I want to stop drinking it. I feel sleepy all the time and don't have any energy. Do you have any tip?
Stopping: Cold turkey will make things worse but after a few days should be back to baseline. The energy drinks contain lots of caffeine and other stimulant type substances. See how you feel after a period of abstinence. Exercise and healthy diet and plenty of sleep will suit you much better. ...Read more
My mom keeps giving my child small amounts of rip it energy drinks, watered down. I don't want to cause an argument Bc of drink but can this b harmful?
Yes it can be: "small amounts" to an adult are NOT small amounts to a child. Energy drinks are primarily caffeine, which can have effects on children's growth, and unknown effects on the rest of their health. Tell your mother to STOP, and if she won't, you have to decide on whether you can allow your child to be with her. A family member or therapist may be needed to mediate this family problem. ...Read more
Potentially yes: Firstly, if you do not have adequate energy to perform your daily tasks, it is likely that there is something else wrong - diet, exercise, other health problems, and that the way to fix that is to fix that. Secondly, they are mostly caffeine, and excessive caffeine is not good for us, and can cause anxiety, raise blood pressure and pulse, cause insomnia. Very high doses can cause serious harm. ...Read more
Definitely Not: Energy drinks are "heart attack in a can" both cause increase adrenaline release and lead to adrenal exhaustion after a while. To have abundant non-hyper energy: take an organic vitamin/mineral supplement, drink 8 glasses of filtered water daily, rebounding, avoid acids in diet such as sodas. Consider acid free healthy coffees with ganoderma www. Medac4u.Com. ...Read more
I've gotten noticeable results from the neurosonic energy drink, and I can't find much data on them, so my question is how healthy are neuro drinks?
Questionable: See if you can do a web search on the ingredients in your drink... It will be on the label. ...Read more
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
No relation: One should not impact the other in any significant way. ...Read more
Yes: Some of the chemical components of monster energy drinks could trigger fatal disorders in ill people. ...Read more