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The health risks associated with energy drinks are mostly attributed to their high sugar and caffeine levels. They range from risk-seeking behavior, such as substance misuse and aggression, mental health problems in the form of anxiety and stress, to increased blood pressure, obesity, kidney damage, fatigue, stomachaches and irritation.Why are energy drinks bad for You?
Overall, energy drinks are believed to cause short-term adverse changes characterized by an increase in the heart’s workload and a reduction in blood flow to the brain.  These effects are caused by caffeine and its interactions with sugar, and to a lesser extent by auxiliary substances, such as taurine.How harmful is drinking one energy drink per day?
Many people have reported negative reactions after consuming energy drinks, including heart palpitations, chest pain, high blood pressure, anxiety, blurred vision, nausea, vomiting and flushing . Here's the bottom line: If you need a quick surge of energy, it's OK to have an occasional energy drink - no more than one a day.