Effects of Energy Drinks on Exercise

If you can handle caffeine well, energy drinks could give your athletic activities a boost. Keep your daily

caffeine intake around 400 mg, including from coffee, to avoid exceeding the recommended amount. 

Sleeplessness, nervousness, a quick heartbeat, and elevated blood pressure are indications that your

energy drink may be harming you more than helping. Reduce your caffeine intake and consult a doctor if

any of these symptoms appear.  Energy drinks' caffeine effects vary depending on the individual, therefore

not all athletes will benefit from them. Some people are more susceptible to caffeine's

adverse effects, which include a quick heartbeat or a headache and can impair athletic performance.

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