Do not Mix Energy Drinks and Alcohol - You are a fan of energy drinks? Do not mix energy drinks with high caffeine alcohol, because the mixture of the two is dangerous and makes people more drunk.
In a survey conducted on 800 students who just left the bar at 22:00 and 03:00, the researchers asked whether they consume alcohol and energy drinks. The concentration of the smell of alcohol the respondents were also measured.
Approximately 6.5 percent of respondents who admitted drinking alcohol mixed with energy drinks are three times more drunk than those who only drank alcoholic beverages only.
Mixing energy drinks with alcohol young children do in America. This they do because caffeine can reduce the drowsiness caused by alcohol. This condition is often termed as "drunk but conscious."
Bruce Goldberger, Director of Toxicology at the University of Florida College of Medicine, said many people mistake the stimulant effects of caffeine will eliminate the depressant effect of alcohol. "That is a false perception. The result is dangerous because it makes people more drunk," he said.