It is commonly known that caffeine boosts our energy levels and keeps us alert.
That’s exactly what energy drinks are doing to us – they stimulate us when we are down. Although they are highly beneficial (because they can treat even health problems, such as headaches), energy drinks, in fact, can be destructive to our health because it contains a lot of chemicals.
According to studies, there is a connection between energy drinks (such as Red Bull) and heart attacks. As a proof, they noted the recent case of a 33-year old Cory Terry, a Brooklyn resident, who used to drink a Red Bull can on a daily basis and died from a heart attack suddenly.
As his mother’s sayings, he never drank or smoked and was physically active.
His only flaw was his habit of drinking Red Bull every day.
CAN RED BULL REALLY CAUSE A HEART ATTACK?
In fact, yes it can. In a study performed by the Mayo Clinic, it was confirmed that energy drinks worsen the cardiovascular issues and provoke a heart attack.
The study was conducted over 15 healthy people who were given ½ a liter of an unidentified energy drink on a daily basis.
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