According to what's being said on social media, red Bull may give you a heart attack in addition to wings. instagram users have started alerting customers about the possible risks associated with energy drinks by posting messages on the platform.
Dr. Kunal Sood, who has 1.2 million instagram followers, describes the dangers that ingesting energy drinks may have to your health in a video. In one of her videos, health expert Vicky Nelson—who has 95.7K instagram followers—states that consuming a single energy drink can restrict blood arteries in as little as 90 minutes. You can see the video above.

Another post on the platform makes the following claims:

• Monster Energy contains 98 per cent artificial flavours, taurine, and L-Carnitine. This drink can cause heart disease, obesity, and blood clots.

red Bull contains aspartame and can lead to diabetes, heart disease, and anxiety.

Concurrently, a 2020 research found that youths who use sugar-sweetened beverages—such as energy drinks—are more likely to develop high blood pressure.
Is it a cause for concern that so many individuals show off their energy drinks as if they're 'cool' and have a better lifestyle? india Today inquired with a few specialists to confirm the same.

When you consume an energy drink...
"Several things happen in the body after the intake of an energy drink," says Dr ekta Singhwal, M sc dietitian, Ujala Cygnus Group of Hospitals.

• Firstly, the caffeine content can lead to increased alertness and temporary improvement in cognitive function.

• The sugar and other stimulants can provide a quick burst of energy.

• However, the body may also experience increased heart rate and blood pressure due to stimulants like caffeine and taurine.

• Dunkin' iced coffee contains 40 gms of added sugar, 98 per cent artificial sweetener and flavour, and inorganic coffee. This drink can lead to weight gain, brain fog, kidney damage, and diabetes.

• Starbucks Double Shot Energy contains maltodextrin, dextrose, and syrups. This drink causes high blood pressure, cognitive inflammation, and artery inflammation.

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