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Energy drinks are growing in popularity for people all around the world and it’s mostly because they help us keep going even when our body doesn’t feel like it.
From the little homework I did, I realized that the key ingredients for Energy drinks are Sugar and Caffeine.
This makes the side effects of Energy drinks more predictable. They included, weight gain, nervousness, anxiety, among others. For their benefits, we get the energy pump we need as soon as we drink them.
To a significant extent, we need to balance energy drinks intake at least if we don’t plan to ditch them. For one, most drinks that contain caffeine are not things we should depend on because the more we drink, the more tolerance we build and the more caffeine we need to do the stuff we need it to do.
I personally am getting to the point where I need about 0.8l of energy drink to be at my optimum while when I started about two months ago, I needed just 0.2l to stay sharp.
For me though, the switch to malt-based energy drink made me want more because of the amazing taste.
But here’s the deal, I am on my way to do more homework and decide what’s best for me to eat/drink to maintain a well-balanced lifestyle without needing to resort to energy drinks and lower my stress levels.
For now, I have increased my intake of water while still taking daily multivitamins recommended by my pharmacist to help lower effects of stress.
I’ll like to get your information about how to manage stress levels naturally, how many cans of energy drink or cups of coffee you need to stay active vs what you started with.
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