Essay About Energy Drinks

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Energy Drink is the beverages which “make you more alert and give you energy”. It consists of the ingredients like caffeine, sugar, taurine, vitamins and herbs, typically consumed during or after sporting activity or as a way of overcoming tiredness.

The energy drink has been attributed to many psychological and physiological effects. Psychological effects includes about the central ingredient of energy drink caffeine which is also found in tea and coffee derived from the kola nut. It is the most widely consumed which acts as a central nervous system stimulant, temporarily warding off drowsiness, restoring alertness, improves mood, also reduce the mental fatigue. While Physiological effect includes increase in energy utilization, …show more content…

It decrease the fatigue stimulate the mind and refreshes the body. Helps to improve the concentration level and consist the good levels of vitamins in it especially B12. It can improves ones’ performance. It had great properties of its supplements which enhance the diet of the person and includes the natural herbs and mineral as well as vitamins. Working extra hour in nights cause the sluggishness where energy drink can prevent can help for better performance. Also the matter of fact that it is a low- calorie drinks providing high energy levels and a healthy diet.
High level of caffeine in energy drink may harm the people if consumed in excess by panic attacks, can develop anxiety. Its fast metabolism can increased the blood pressure levels of a normal man. A person may become insomniac. Also, it can harm the digestive systems by gastro-internal harms, increase the urination and bowel irritability. Some of the energy drink containing sugar can cause unhealthy and uneven weight gains and may increase the sugar level in body. It’s the warning to the pregnant ladies as well as to the people of age group 18-24 who consumes the energy drinks more

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