4 reasons why energy drinks are bad for you — and healthier ways to boost your energy

January 14, 2021 | UToledo in the News, Medicine and Life Sciences
By Christine Billau



 

Dr. Mohamad Moussa, associate professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, says energy drinks could have a negative effect on the body if someone already has heart disease. He recommends exercising regularly, getting seven to eight hours of sleep a night, and other healthy alternatives such as eating a piece of dark chocolate.

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