is it a good idea for kids to drink energy drinks in classes
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This can be used to one's advantage if used and maintained properly, as the user can now process information and solve complex problems much faster than before, can have faster reactions and reflexes to reduce the amount of time and effort spent on the easier challenges in school, and the "hyperness" itself allows the user to have full concentration and motivation on what they desire (key factors to succeeding in anything). Unlike soda and juice which has excess chemicals and acids that are not healthy for one's body, there are many nutrients, minerals, and vitamins found in these drinks as well, making them great alternatives to water and milk.
That's not to say there are no flaws, as once the hyper state is over, the exact opposite occurs which can do more bad than good to the user. Also too much of excess energy can even damage your health in the long run. Many ingredients also either do nothing at all or they simply are part of soda as well, not making them very healthy. But overlooking those past flaws and using energy drinks in moderation (everything needs moderation), students can indeed use these in educational facilities to better benefit their learning.
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Vote Placed by Zarroette 1 year ago
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