Excessive caffeine intake from energy drinks can lead to heart palpitations, increased blood pressure, elevated heart rate, and heart rhythm disturbances.
High caffeine levels in energy drinks can result in adverse effects like increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, disrupted sleep, anxiety, irritability, and dependence.
Sugar-loaded energy drinks contribute to excessive calorie intake, weight gain, and a higher risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, and dental issues.
Energy drinks' diuretic effect can lead to dehydration, posing concerns, particularly during physical activity or hot weather conditions.
Regular consumption of energy drinks is associated with adverse health outcomes, including cardiovascular issues, digestive problems, potential mental health effects.