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  • Cause yes yes

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  • No, energy drinks should not be treated like drugs.

    Energy drinks do not change your mental state. Energy drinks temporarily alter your body by the introduction of certain Vitamins, Sugars, Caffeine, certain chemicals but it does not have effects related to "Drugs". True, Alcohol is considered a drug however its effects are not similar to what an energy drink does to your body. An energy drink could be thought of as an artificial stimulant, think about putting your hand over fire, your body would suddenly retract your hand and for a brief period of time, you would experience a brief elevation of excitement as your body has been suddenly alerted and prepped to act.

  • Why?

    I don't see why they should be, all the ingredients are listed on the can or bottle so you know what in going into your body. People should just take the time to actually read what they are ingesting. As long as the ingredients have to be printed on the bottle or can i don't really see the point

  • No They Shouldn't

    Energy drinks are created with the intent to help people. Drugs are created with the intent to make money without a care for who they are hurting in the process. Energy drinks are legal in all areas and can be purchased. I cannot say the same for most drugs of the world.

  • No, But They Should Be Clearly Labeled

    Energy drinks do not need to be treated like drugs, because they do not have any inherently illegal substances in them or anything considered to be controlled or prescription substances. They do have large amounts of caffeine like coffee and stimulant pills though, so they should be clearly labeled for safety reasons.

  • No, energy drinks should not be treated as drugs.

    Energy drinks should not be treated as drugs. They should be treated as food however. They should be evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration for safety. If an energy drink is deemed to be unsafe then the general public should be aware of it and it's production should cease.


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