This Is What Happens When You Drink 24 Cans Of Red Bull Together.
Although energy drinks (Red Bull) are helpful for people who want to extend their “wake up” time to finish some of their tasks and beat the deadline, energy drinks still contain “caffeine” which if taken in a high amount, can kill you in an instant. Coffee too has caffeine that is why some people die of a coffee overdose.
This man seems to have not understood that anything that is taken beyond moderation is no longer healthy.
That is why he took the liberty of drinking 24 cans of Red Bull in a day as explained in most videos floating around the internet.
The video below, allegedly, was taken after a man drank 24 cans of Red Bull.
Based on the caption of the video and comments from people who commented on the original video on YouTube, the man’s heart grew bigger and looked like an inflated balloon.
For the benefit of everyone, the condition of the man in the video was not due to Red Bull overdose.
In fact, this video was debated around the world as a hoax and a black propaganda for energy drinks. In fact, an energy drink as the same amount of Caffeine as a single shot of Espresso or a cup of coffee. It also has the same amount of sugar as our favorite soft drinks.
Definitely, this is not because of energy drinks. The condition is called a “flail chest”. Almost all of the cases happens after an accident. Flail chest is a life-threatening medical condition that occurs when a segment of the rib cage breaks under extreme stress and becomes detached from the rest of the chest wall. It occurs when multiple adjacent ribs are broken in multiple places, separating a segment, so a part of the chest wall moves independently.
This video was only used to exaggerate the issue and cause people to believe that energy drinks kill.
So, the question is, can an energy drink really kill you?
Well, of course, there was no proven fact to prove this because drinking an energy drink is like drinking a bottle of soft drink. You can drink energy drink as many as you like and as frequent as you allow yourself. But of course, drinking this on a regular basis can lead to other health complication like Diabetes and Dehydration especially if you are not drinking more of this than water.
So maybe, we can change the questions: Will you die if you get an Energy drink overdose?
There are actually cases where an energy overdose caused a man’s life. You can read the full story of these cases here.
We have to remember that our body can only accommodate a certain amount of intake. Anything that goes beyond its limit is considered a threat.
So no matter what you take, for as long as it goes beyond our body’s limit is already deadly. If you eat too much rice, you’ll get diabetes which can lead to death; if you drink too many soft drinks, you’ll get dehydrated which can kill you too.
Remember to always eat or drink just enough for your body. Drink and Eat in moderation. Your food will not go anywhere ?