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Side Effects Of Taking Red Bull Energy Drinks

Red Bull is one of the highest-selling energy drinks in the world. It’s marketed as a way to improve energy and boost mental and physical performance.

These increases in heart rate and blood pressure are thought to be largely due Red Bull’s caffeine content, as one large 12-ounce (355-ml) can contains 108 mg of caffeine — about the same amount as a cap of coffee.

However, there are concerns over its safety and potential side effects.

This article reviews the possible side effects of Red Bull, including whether drinking too much of it could be life-threatening.

what is a Red Bull

First sold in 1987 in Austria, Red Bull is a carbonated beverage containing caffeine, as well as other energy-boosting compounds, including several B vitamins and taurine.

Additionally, Red Bull has sugar-free options, including Red Bull Zero and Red Bull Sugarfree, which are made with the artificial sweeteners aspartame and acesulfame K instead of sugar.

Some of the side effects it has

Several studies in healthy adults have shown that drinking one 12-ounce (355-ml) can of Red Bull significantly increased blood pressure and heart rate levels within 90 minutes and up to 24 hours after consumption.

One 5-day test-tube study found that exposing human tooth enemel to drink for 15 minutes, 4 times a day resulted in significant and irreversible loss of tooth enamel.

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