Plenty of gym-goers chug store-brought energy drinks not realising how much refined sugar, artificial colouring and flavouring they consume. Here are homemade energy drinks.
Drinking even a small amount of caffeinated energy drinks may trigger serious cardiac events in some people with a genetic heart condition, says study.
Energy drinks may get you all pepped up; however, having them too much may increase your blood pressure levels and the risk of electrical disturbances in the heart, finds a recent study.
The Gujarat Food and Drugs Control Administration (FDCA) found a Gandhidham-based beverage manufacturer selling an "energy drink" with a considerable amount of alcohol in it.
It is considered to be a popular party drink, but in the last few years, many researchers have studied the effects of drinking this concoction and have warned that it can have potential negative consequences.
A new study has now said that consuming energy drinks may increase risk of heart function abnormalities and changes in blood pressure.
Energy drinks packed with caffeine can change the way the heart beats, say scientists, advising children and people with some health conditions to avoid the drinks.The team, from the University of Bonn, imaged the hearts ...
According a research published in an online journal, Nutrition Reviews, alcohol consumption in combination with energy drinks can be riskier than consuming alcohol alone.
According to researchers, energy beverages can elevate blood pressure and cause cardiac problems in children and teenagers.
The side-effects of energy drinks have been questioned by health experts time and again. First, they were considered unhealthy due to the caffeine content. Then, a previous study discovered how excess consumption of energy ...