Informative Essay On Energy Drinks

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Energy drinks are used throughout the whole world. 30-50% of adolescents use energy drinks, they are not regulated by the FDA. Energy drinks are mostly a combination of glucose and caffeine. They also contain a chemical called Dopamine. Dopamine is a major chemical responsible for making us happy. When caffeine effects were off your body’s amount of adrenaline slows down as well. Once you stop taking caffeine your body’s amount of Dopamine slows down. Glucose is a sugar that your body uses directly as energy for basic body functions and activity. Too much glucose can lead to high cholesterol levels and fat production. Most of the sugar in energy drinks is fructose (high fructose). But caffeine has a stronger effect than sugar in energy…show more content…
Druggists have classified caffeine as a stimulant, that can give energize people. Caffeine is also psychoactive, which means that it affects your central nervous system. Caffeine can have some unwanted side effects such as: blood vessels getting smaller which makes it harder to pump blood throughout the body. Many people have medical conditions that can be made worse if they are consuming caffeine. Caffeine has been thought to cause certain types of cancer, thought it haven’t been proven. But the most serious cancer link to caffeine came from one study reported in 1981 that showed people who consumed caffeine had an increased risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Being psychoactive drug caffeine can alter a person’s mood and change their behavior. Caffeine can affect the reproductive and nervous system of men as well as woman. Studies have shown that drinking caffeine can highly increases heart rate and levels of cholesterol.
The main reason people drink caffeine is to wake them up and keep them aware as well as to have a feeling of alertness. Too much caffeine can lead to anxiety, light headedness, and irritability. Caffeine can also affect you sleeping patterns. Another side effect of caffeine is increased heart rate. The caffeine that you take goes to work in your body within fifteen to forty five minutes. You will not feel its effects after 7.5 hours but can take up to 30 hours to get rid of it from your body. Caffeine is known to cause physical
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