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Chest pain, inflammation, pain, bleeding and ulcerations in the small intestine and stomach, higher stomach acid, heart palpitations, nausea and diarrhea, tremors, anxiety, seizures, heart attacks, cardiac arrhythmias, increased blood stickiness to the point of having a cardiovascular profile of someone with heart disease, and declined blood vessel function are all some of the symptoms of energy drinks.
Sadly adolescents are consuming these beverages. Giving these drinks to adolescents is damaging their hearts before they have even fully developed. If you don’t believe me when I say young people are consuming these beverages then you live under a rock or need to get out of the basement more often.
The overdose symptoms of caffeine include:
Restlessness and Nervousness
Heart palpitations (cardiac arrhythmia)
and even Cardiac arrest
The main problem is that caffeine stimulates the nervous system and essentially puts the body in overdrive. Its like redlining your car. “Download instagram video for redline” In the world of natural health we call this tapping the endocrine system over time. Over stimulating the body eventually wears it down. The endocrine system has to deal with the stress and eventually becomes weakened causing fatigue and immune disorders. It especially tapps the adrenals. I have a feeling these beverage companies try to neutralize the tapping effects with adaptogens such as ginseng.
Ginsengs are regarded as the greatest herbs in the world of herbalism for increasing youthfulness, mainly through the endocrine system. But if used improperly they can be very dangerous. Ginsengs are commonly found in energy drinks. Ginseng is a stimulant and when its added with caffeine they both begin to over stimulate the body and wreak havoc on the heart and other systems. Ginseng is meant to be taken with other herbs that can counteract possible negative effects. It is also supposed to be used as a caffeine replacement on its own, not with excessive caffeine in those energy drinks.
Side effects of too much ginseng are: diarrhea, nausea, headaches, nose bleeds, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, breast pain, dry mouth and lips, excitation, fidgeting, irritability, restlessness, tremors, palpitations, blurred vision, dizziness, insomnia, increased body temperature, edema, decreased appetite, seizures, convulsions, delirium, dizziness, itching, bleeding, and fatigue. This is why it is very important that ginseng is taken in moderation and in the care of a health professional such as experienced herbalists. When used properly Ginsengs can greatly improve wellness but in these energy drinks, not so much. As they say… Ying and Yang.
Up to 13 teaspoons of processed sugar can be found in one can. As I have mentioned in previous videos. Processed sugar stripped from nature's phytochemicals cannot function properly in the body. Processed white sugar without antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes in my opinion can be very dangerous.
Have you ever experienced negative effects from energy drinks? Leave a comment below with your experience.
The University of Adelaide at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in Australia conducted a study and found that 250 mL of a sugar free Red Bull raised the blood pressure in 30 students in just an hour! It was also found to increase the stickiness of their blood, potentially raising the risk of heart attacks or strokes.
A study was done with 667 college students up to 56 days or 25,616 person days to see the effects of energy drinks. The study found that they had lower sleep quantity and quality that night of consumption. With of course tiredness the next day. Once again in the natural health industry this is what we call tapping the adrenals. They should conduct the study again to see their kidney, adrenal and lymph health at the end of 56 days.
A study collected 612 completed questionnaires from adolescents. 33% of them frequently consumed energy drinks. They were more likely to be involved in high risk behaviours and consume other beverages with caffeine. They reported having headaches, anger and increased urination. Some of which were more likely to require medical evaluation for headaches and difficulty breathing. The more frequent consumers had the belief that these beverages could help them do better in school, sports, help them stay up at night, make them concentrate and focus better or the drinks are just for fun.