Since ancient times man has always searched for that quick magic potion which could give him infinite energy and vigor to attain his aspirations. Energy drinks have slowly invaded the markets and promise just the same objective. These drinks are especially popular with the athletes, party animals and the younger lots. They are being promoted as non-alcoholic, action-packed, vitaminised energy drink formulated to deal with the physical and mental fatigue. There is dearth of clinical scientific data on the probable detrimental effects of such drinks on the health. It has recently been realized that these seemingly harmless drinks may not be safe for the heart especially for those who are suffering from preexisting heart ailments.
Energy drinks and the heart disease.
heart rates of the study subjects. The results of the trial have incited the researchers to recommend that patients who are suffering from heart disease and high blood pressure would do best to avoid these drinks. The researchers further believed that much of the unwanted side effects of these drinks are due to high amounts of caffeine and taurine present in these drinks.
essential fluids. It may cause some laxative effect also. Such empty calories may in the long run lead to metabolic syndrome and diabetes. Large amount of caffeine could lead to sleep disturbances and restlessness. Thus a doctor would suggest extreme caution in excessive consumption of these drinks. Further they might be more harmful for the customers who consume them the most, the growing up adolescents. A full meal with all the Indian delicacies cooked at home with regular exercise might provide better strength than these quick-fix solutions. The
proverb of slow and steady winning the race is also true for your heart and health.