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Energy drinks are not only consumed by sportspeople but also by young adults and teenagers. In the previous edition of Great Health Guide, the main reason for this high consumption of energy drinks is for a boost in energy. These drinks promote wakefulness, maintain alertness and possibly help with cognitive function and mood enhancement. But what are the health risks associated with consuming large quantities of these energy drinks which have large amounts of caffeine and sugar?


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