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Energy drinks causing loss of breath

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Can the ingredients in "energy" drinks cause a fruity breath odor" ...

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I seem to have low energy all of a sudden. Could energy drinks help? I am 63 years old. ...

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Does energy drink like redbull when drink too much damage your liver and how about. B12 can that damage your liver ...

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Hi I Have Proteinuria , Can be caused by drinking Monsters energy drink? , I'm taking Benicar 20 mg fro treatment. If was not the energy drink, can I still consume this product? ...

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I have been on a weight loss program now for 4 weeks. I eat greens and meat every day, Coconut and Olive Oils, low salt, I drink about 10 16 oz of water a day, I take all the B12 vitamins and vitamin D ...

Public Forum Discussions

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Im having breathing problems after drinking an Energy drink. I have drank alot of energy drinks in the last 2 years, but i have not experienced such symptoms. Now i am having shortages of breath, and i am ...

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I drank an energy drink the other day and I had experienced some odd symptoms. A few minutes after I have drunk the drink I began to tic or in other words twitch, this lasted for about an hour ...

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am kind of addicted to redbull and if I drink it for a few moments its like I am zoned out... this is my symptoms without redbull : 1. some times shortness of breath. 2.if I am on my side its feels like ...

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. It has been going like this almost for 8 months. My husband doesn’t drink any alcohol, but he drinks lots of energy drinks every day. Does energy drinks cause impotency? ...

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to breathe every day and I usually have a lot of energy cause I m a dancer but seen then I have barely any energy it has zapped what could be the problem? ...

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I drank a monster energy drink today and it resulted in me having MAJOR palpitations, loss of breath, chills, and being very shakey. I felt like i was going to die. After it all subsided, i still ...

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I get muscle cramps all the time when I drink energy drinks stiff neck you name it. Just was wondering if there were any studies on this and if it really is the energy drink that causes it ...

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drink this morning and experienced,heart palpitations,shortness of breath,dizziness and slight discomfort in my chest. I am curious if the monster energy drink in combination with the prednisone caused ...

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too fast also breathing different I also took 2 ibuprofen 200mg about 1-2 hours ago. I m I okay? Is there anything I can do other than drink a lot of water to make this stop? ...

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weight for me so I am too heavy. I am 46 yrs old. Did the energy drink cause my hypothyroidism . What ...I tested at 7.7 for my t4 thyroid 3 months ago. I was 230 lbs at the time and took an energy drink ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi Kornelas Energy drinks contain supplements, herbs, and vitamins and these can cause allergic reactions in the form of itching, urticaria and difficulty in breathing in susceptible individuals. You need to be examined by a doctor for the treatment, Avoid drinking Monster energy drink. Reply with thanks.,

doctor1 MD

Thanks for the query. Currently, there is no real-scientific evidence that energy drinks are linked to cancer. In susceptible individuals to caffeine, they may raise blood pressure and pulse, but long-term risks are not well defined. Hope this helps, wish you the best, Dr Brenes-Salazar MD Mayo Clinic MN

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It's better to avoid as energy drinks contain stimulants which can interact with Vyvanse and cause side effects like anxiety, palpitations, agitation, etc.