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Monster Energy Drinks
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
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 more
I like to drink the green monster energy drinks, but i've heard they are bad for you. Is this true? If so, why?
Yes: No energy drinks, including monster and gatorade, are healthy. They have just simply become recreational beverages. ...Read more
This morning at 11am i had a 710ml monster energy drink and at 9:30pm, i took two melatonin, will i be okay?
Yes: Yes you will be okay. If you are generally in good health. 18 years old and with no history of heart disease, you will be alright. However this is a good opportunity to point out the dangers of high energy drinks used in excess. They can cause hugh blood pressure, heart palpitations, chest pain and anxiety symptoms. Also trying to counteract the effects with melatonin is not a solution. ...Read more
8 hours, pump&dumpx1: Most drug concentrations peak within a few hours in breast milk. Foods usually will reach the baby by about 6 hours after ingestion. You should avoid excessive caffeine while breastfeeding, so a cup of tea or coffee in the AM is ok, but baby will get the caffeine around early afternoon. Large amounts of caffeine are not good for you or baby. ...Read more
No: It isn't ok to mix prescription medications with anything without talking to the prescribing physician or your pharmacist. Monster energy drink has a large amount of caffeine, as well as umpteen other ingredients of uncertain safety and use, and has been associated with a number of deaths from people overusing them, or having underlying cardiac issues. ...Read more
No contraindication: But am concerned about the reasons for taking both. Energy drinks are essentially caffeine, with some of them containing herbal remedies like ginko and often containing vitamins (which are mostly useless, and are just urinated out if you take excess amounts). People who feel tired should treat the cause of being tired, and not use stimulants (whether caffeine or others) - a vicious cycle develops. ...Read more
When i drink a monster energy drink my pee is a dark green color what does that mean and can it hurt me anyway?
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