Saturday, May 31, 2014
A Comparison Of Three Energy-Boost Drinks
If you have ever indulged in an energy drink, or in any type of drink designed to keep you awake, you have probably realized that there are lots of different options – and if you do not know what you are looking for, or if you do not drink such drinks regularly, it can be difficult to know exactly what you should purchase. Of course, each person's body reacts differently to each different type of drink, but here is a breakdown of three of the more popular choices for energy inducing beverages, and how each beverage generally affects those who drink them. Red Bull: One of the most well-known (and most popular) energy drinks on the market is Red Bull; if you are looking for a sharp jolt of energy, Red Bull is one of the best options – but beware, as Red Bull might also make you crash when it wears off, and it is more likely to wake up your body than it is to wake up your mind. Coffee: coffee tends to help most coffee drinkers to stay awake, but if you do not usually drink coffee, your body might react differently; for many people who are not typically coffee drinkers, coffee will keep them from falling asleep, but it will not necessarily make them feel more awake – which is often not what you are looking for when you are in need of an energy drink. Five Hour Energy: As far as energy drinks go, 5 Hour Energy has become one of the most popular choices over the last several years, as it claims to give you energy without giving you a crash; while this is usually true, most people also find that 5 Hour Energy does not wake up their body as much as it wakes up their mind, so if it is your body that is feeling tired, you might want to look elsewhere. Taking the time to try different energy drinks is the best way to choose the drink that works best for you in the long run, but if you are needing an energy boost right away, let this guide lead you to the option that is most likely to be right for you.