How bad are 5 hour energies for you in general
The high level of caffeine in energy drinks are not good for you. Too much caffeine can cause nervousness, irritability, increased blood pressure and insomnia. ChaCha again! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-bad-are-5-hour-energies-for-you-in-general ]
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- How bad are 5 hour energies for you in general
- The high level of caffeine in energy drinks are not good for you. Too much caffeine can cause nervousness, irritability, increased blood pressure and insomnia. ChaCha again!
- Are 5-Hour energies good/bad for pre-workout, or just in general??
- Im not sure what the long term effects of energy drinks are but im pretty sure its not all bad. For me and my friends they do give us energy, and we dont get a crash after a nice long session at the gym. In general, why would you need it, i...
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