Experts say that children and youth need to ban selling caffeinated energy drinks so that people can be protected from obesity and mental health problems. Caffeine is probably the most commonly used psychoactive drug in the world, because it increases physical activity by increasing attention and awareness.
Russell Wynner, professor of Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) in Britain says, "But with this, caffeine enhances anxiety and creates obstruction in sleep, and it is related to behavioral problems in children. "
Recent studies have also found that they have a worrisome effect on developing minds. Wynner said that this is worrying, because psychological stress can pose a risk of behavioral behavior, including the use of drugs or reduction in academic performance. He said in his paper published in The BMJ Journal, "Therefore, children and youth should be banned from selling caffeinated energy drinks to prevent twin epidemics of obesity and mental health problems."
Well, this is not a first study that shows the dangers of energy drinks. Experts believe that energy drinks are very dangerous to the body and sugar level in it is above the fixed amount.