Did Too Many Energy Drinks Trigger Man's Liver Problems?

Did Too Many Energy Drinks Trigger Man's Liver Problems?

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A man developed acute hepatitis after drinking four to five energy drinks for three weeks, according to BMJ Case Reports. Acute hepatitis can lead to liver failure.
5 Nov 2016 - General
Interesting topic. I have never encountered any person who suffered from liver failure as a consequence of heavy consumption of energy drinks. When I was in college, I've tried drinking these, and so far I have tried 3 brands. There's nothing wrong with all of them except that I have insomnia, and these drinks make it even worse. Anyway based on clinical experience, I have encountered a few patients who had blood sugar surges are a result of taking these energy drinks. Apparently, these ...
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It is the first case I have seen about the acute hepatitis that was developed by just consuming energy drinks for three weeks. It was developed in 50 years old man who was sick for two weeks with symptoms of abdominal pain, lack of appetite, nausea, and vomiting. Doctor has shifted him in emergency room and found that he has acute inflammation of liver caused by regular use of energy drinks continuously for 3 weeks. The energy drinks consumed by the patient contains 40 milligram of vitamin B3 th...
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At some point in our lives, we have consumed energy drinks may it be to help us get through a looming deadline for our paper or just for a fun drinking night with our friends. Although energy drinks are thought to be harmless, in general, anything taken in excess could be bad for our health. Upon my research, these beverages contain caffeine, taurine, vitamins, herbal supplements, and sugar or sweeteners and are marketed to improve energy, weight loss, stamina, athletic performance, and concentr...
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