How Your Body Reacts To Drinking Red Bull (You Will Never Drink This Again After Reading This)

How Your Body Reacts To Drinking Red Bull (You Will Never Drink This Again After Reading This)

Many people have recently taken to energy drinks to get through their afternoon crash, or if you’re a student, to cram for a test all throughout the night.

But just one can of the popular brand Red Bull can increase your risk of stroke and heart attack.

 

WHAT DOES RED BULL ACTUALLY DO?

Energy drinks in general cause blood to become sticky which can lead to stroke and other cardiovascular problems. Only 1 hour after drinking Red Bull will give you results of an abnormal blood system similar to that of a patient with cardiovascular disease.

The big brand Red Bull has stated that their energy drink is similar to drinking a cup of coffee or soda.

Sure, you might get the same effect from the caffeine with an increased reaction speed and all of the added artificial sweeteners and sugar will definitely give you a short burst of energy.

OTHER COUNTRIES HAVE EVEN BANNED ENERGY DRINKS

“No less than 3.5 billion cans of Red Bull were sold last year in 143 countries. Yet, questions regarding the safety of Red Bull, as well as other energy drinks, keep cropping up at regular intervals when yet another overzealous energy-addict keels over,” says Dr. Mercola.

Norway, Denmark, and Uruguay have all identified the health risks of Red Bull and have banned the popular energy drink. In Kuwait, Red Bull became illegal for anyone under the age of 16 after 2 national squash team members died of a heart attack related to energy drinks.

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