According to a study conducted in England, the majority of children drink at least one energy drink per week, including during puberty. Explaining that this situation has bad effects on children, experts warned parents.
In a study conducted in England, it was revealed that children and adolescents who step into adulthood consume too much energy drinks. In the study, it was seen that children drank energy drinks at least once a week, while some children drank once a day.
DECREASES SCHOOL SUCCESS
Explaining that problems occur in children who drink too much energy drinks, experts stated that symptoms such as dizziness and insomnia increased, especially headaches. However, it is also known that energy drinks, which are learned to lead to failure in their school life, are prohibited from being sold under the age of 16 in many markets.
BOYS DRINK MORE
Underlining that the rules are not followed, experts stated that a 50 milliliter energy drink contains almost as much caffeine as a double espresso. In the data, which revealed that especially boys consume more energy drinks, it was also revealed that there is a link between poverty and energy drinks.
CAUSES HEART FAILURE
In recent years, it has been revealed that energy drinks cause heart problems. It was requested that a young person who drank too much energy drinks died due to heart failure and that serious rules and preventions should be made in this regard.