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  • This is going to sound scary but it is possible that it is nerve damage from all the carbs in the drink. If you have signs of diabetes (Google: signs of diabetes) then you need to get checked out by a doctor. This is just a possibility, by the way. It's far more likely it's nothing to worry about.
  • OK no lecture, my friend was drinking them a LOT due to she was working 2 jobs, next thing she had this big nasty lump on her leg, it was awful we finally convinced her to go to the doctor, so she did and it was full of infection and the doctor told her it was from the contents in the energy drinks. She went around warning everyone she saw to not drink them and she finally slowed down to one job. So this is my answer and those things will do weird things to the body if you are not careful. They are to be used in moderation so please if you are feeling this way, I would maybe try something different if you need a quick pick up many some vitamin drinks or something natural that you can find a a good health food store. good luck !!
  • you left hand must be VERY tired. helpful?
  • Energy drinks can tense you up, which will pinch nerves in your neck if you back is out of alignment. That can cause arms to fall asleep and if you're fighting a pinched nerve, it is going to make your arm sore. A chiropractor can help with this, but it takes time.
  • i dont really know, you could possibly have a blood flow problem with could be associated with your heart, get it checked out asap! but i would stop drinking monsters, i was hooked on them and when i had to stop drinking them, i got killer migraines!
  • 3-8-2017 You really should study some books about nutrition. In the USA it is a matter of self defense to know what you ought to eat and what you better not eat. I have not studied energy drinks at all, but I have found that my body uses an abnormal amount of B vitamins sometimes, and a lot of other people have been found with the same indication. It's not fatal, but it sure is annoying as h*ll. B vitamins are associated with energy management and nerve behavior. There are 11 to 17 B vitamins, depending on who does the counting, some can substitute for others, and all are poorly studied just because nutrition is still a young science. So when you identify a possible deficiency of one, you take them all, B-50 or B-100 pills. Vitamin B2 is a dye that turns urine bright yellow, so it's easy to tell when it's time for another dose.

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