He Drank 24 Energy Drinks and His Heart Was Going To Blow (VIDEO)
Monster Energy drinks are full of numerous ingredients including caffeine (the primary ingredient), taurine, riboflavin, pyridoxine, nicotinamide and herbal derivatives, which promise to increase endurance, create lasting energy and improve concentration.According to the medical journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence, little is known about the safety of excessive acute and long-term consumption of these ingredients. On the other hand, there has been growing evidence which links consumption of Monster energy drinks to five deaths, all of which caused by cardiac arrhythmia following consumption of this energy drink. The company, however, denies all responsibility.
For one thing, people who drink energy drinks may be at a higher risk of caffeine toxicity compared with those who drink other caffeinated beverages such as coffee or soda. Since the drinks are marketed to young people, many drinkers are inexperienced in judging appropriate caffeine intake and are less tolerant to the effects. Advertisements for energy drinks usually promise improved performance, and some drinkers mistakenly think that ‘more is better.’ In addition, there are no labeling requirements and some drinkers may not know how much caffeine they are actually drinking.
The video below shows best what happens when you have too many energy drinks.Disturbing video only for people over 21+ and caution not for people with weak heart.