Energy drinks effects on teens
Energy drinks are killing teenagers. This has to stop. The boy's heart simply couldn't cope with the amount of caffeine in the beverages, according to the coroner. The teen wasn't the first to pay a terrible price for drinking popular beverages that are commonly but mistakenly considered safe, but he should be the last. The government must take steps to reduce caffeine levels allowed in energy drinks; to clearly provide recommendations on safe caffeine consumption for children and adolescents; to ban the marketing of energy drinks to young people of all ages; and to help educate the public on the health risks of high caffeine intake. Advertisement Caffeine is a strong and potentially dangerous stimulant, particularly for children and adolescents.
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Energy Drink Abuse Among Teens and Children
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Sports drinks and energy drinks have become main stream and the consequent market has erupted in recent years. Hundreds of different brands are now marketed, and according to Drug and Alcohol Dependence caffeine content ranges from a modest 50 mg to an alarming mg per can or bottle. Mini markets now have whole cooler sections devoted to the products, and if 16 to 20 ounces is a bit much, there is an assortment of shots available at the checkout counter. While energy drinks are marketed more socially, sports drink companies glamorize the products using superstar endorsements.
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Energy drink use in teens has adverse effects
Labored breathing Seizures Researchers also learned that 15 percent of teens mix alcohol in their energy drinks, while a smaller, yet concerning number used energy drinks with illegal drugs nine percent such as cocaine and methamphetamine. Additionally, the researchers were surprised to learn that energy drinks are perceived as healthy and are used for weight loss by some. While acting as a physician, he said many patients questioned him about energy drink use and how much is too much.
Over half of year olds have side effects from energy drinks, survey reports Tuesday 16 January "Energy drinks 'trigger nasty side effects like heart problems and seizures in half of kids'," is the potentially terrifying, but misleading, headline in The Sun. This is based on an online survey of more than 2, young people aged 12 to 24 years in Canada in The survey found that more than half of the young people who had ever had caffeinated energy drinks reported at least one side effect after drinking them. Unsurprisingly, the most common side effects were related to the stimulant properties of caffeine-rich energy drinks, such as a fast heartbeat and difficulties sleeping. About a quarter reported having experienced a fast heartbeat, a similar proportion had difficulty sleeping, and about a fifth experienced headache.
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