posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 06:05 AM
This is worrying. In my country, Norway, Redbull was illegal to sell due to its high caffeine content. And guarana. But, today the food-lobby has won
and small kids drink these beverages much. There are many stores that don't sell this to young kids, though. I remember I knew a guy from Africa. He
had been poor, but his teeth was flawless. He was from an area that didn't have enough money to buy soda.
Alfa1 : These are numbers that stem from energy-drinks alone, so I can assure you that there are no broken feet in this statistic. People with a heart
that is acting up should always consult a doctor. It's scary and it's one of those medical emergencies where the only correct alternative is to find
DaRage: Stay off these drinks when you can and don't make it a habit. Also, the sun is your friend. Get to bed earlier and get up earlier. It's more
healthy that way. Save those caffeine-bombs to the days that you are super-groggy and nothing else works. Coffee has a diminishing effect over time,
so if you play your cards right you can do the same with one cup coffee as two energy-drinks. And if you continue to drink those drinks, at least
drink some water afterwards to save your teeth.