En la actualidad, hay cientos de opciones. Se han elaborado productos relacionados, como dosis, productos para mascar y bocadillos energizantes. Sin embargo, las bebidas energizantes pueden causar problemas que perjudican la salud. Las bebidas energizantes difieren de los refrescos y las bebidas deportivas. Esto hace que parezcan sanas y atractivas, pero eso es falso.
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Tampoco parece influir sobre el rendimiento en el sprint o la potencia anaerobia de jugadores de futbol. Se han publicado tres casos de recaida de trastorno bipolar, cuyos autores relacionan con el consumo excesivo de bebidas de este tipo. Se han publicado otros casos similares. De los 2. La incidencia de efectos adversos moderados o graves fue del Los efectos adversos graves incluyeron 3 casos de convulsiones, dos arritmias cardiacas no ventriculares, una arritmia ventricular y un caso de taquipnea.
Los sujetos que experimentaron estos afectos adversos reportaron sentirse temblorosos o nerviosos, tuvieron insomnio, palpitaciones, molestias gastrointestinales, dolor de cabeza, dolor en el pecho o convulsiones 6 casos.
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