Too much caffeine? Say 'œNer' to energy drinks?
Dr. Griffiths states, "Many of these drinks do not label the caffeine content." Within the WebMD article “Energy Drinks: Hazardous to Your Health,” it is being reported that “some energy drinks contain as much caffeine as found in 14 cans of soda.”
The drug caffeine stimulates the central nervous system. It is found naturally in coffee, tea, and chocolate. Caffeine is placed artifically into colas, other soft drinks, energy drinks, and other products as an additional ingredient.
Overdosing of caffeine is called caffeine intoxication. It is a recognized clinical syndrome, which includes such symptoms as anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, nervousness, tremors, rapid heartbeat, and other similar actions. Caffeine intoxication can cause death, but only in rare instances.
The Mayo Clinic, located in Rochester, Minnesota, U.S.A., writes about the syndrome in its online article “Caffeine: How much is too much?.”
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