Red Bull doesn’t just give a boost of energy,it gives you one that is short-lived and you  will crash soon after.

This may explain why drinkers are not satisfied with consuming only one can of the sugary drink.

Red Bull doesn't just give a boost of energy, one that is short-lived as you will crash soon after.

The high amount of caffeine can make drinkers feel jittery and shaky.

The symptoms can increase to feeling nervousness to having a full-on panic attacks.

The high amount of caffeine can make drinkers feel jittery and shaky.

Those who suffer from high blood pressure increase their chances of hypertension consequences like a stroke.

 

Those who suffer from high blood pressure increase their chances of hypertension consequences like a stroke.

One man downed 24 cans of Red Bull one after another.

His heart rate began to increase at an alarming rate. His chest began to pound violently.

One man downed 24 cans of Red Bull one after another.

Within a short of time he endured what is called “flail chest.”

His rib caged detached from the chest wall, breaking about two ribs in the process.

Flail chest injuries are usually caused by chest trauma injuries like car accidents or hard falls.

Flail chest injuries are usually caused by chest trauma injuries like car accidents or hard falls.

He didn’t die from the condition but the recovery is long and painful.

 

Kathleen Miller, Ph.D., a senior research scientist at the University at Buffalo’s Research Institute on Addictions, warns that the dangers of energy drinks are real.

“Get high enough levels — and I’m not talking really, super high here, say 500 milligrams of caffeine, that’s the equivalent of five cups of coffee – and you run into what’s called caffeine toxicity,” Miller says.

Kathleen Miller, Ph.D., a senior research scientist at the University at Buffalo’s Research Institute on Addictions, warns that the dangers of energy drinks are real.

Caffeine toxicity can and does affect different parts of the body.

“That includes the headaches, tremors, heart palpitations and nausea. At high enough levels — and this is fairly unusual — caffeine is toxic enough that, for some people, it can cause seizures, mania, hallucinations, even strokes,” Miller explains.

Caffeine toxicity can and does affect different parts of the body.