7. Between 12 and 24 hours
If you are a regular drinker, you’ll find that between 12 and 24 hours is the time for when you’ll start to feel withdrawal symptoms i.e. the urge for some caffeine. Other effects are headaches, irritability and constipation. It takes about 12 hours for our liver to deal with caffeine from energy drinks. In the meantime, it can’t focus on removing other toxins from our body. That can cause other illnesses.
8. After 7-12 days
This is the time frame required for your body to become tolerant to having caffeine regularly, after which you won’t feel the effects so much. Gavin Partington, British Soft Drinks Association Director General, responded by saying: “Energy drinks deliver a caffeine or glucose-based energy boost and are enjoyed by millions worldwide. In fact, this year the European Food Safety Authority reaffirmed the safety of energy drinks and their ingredients. It’s worth remembering that a 250ml can of energy drinks contains the same amount of caffeine as a typical cup of coffee.
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