An energy booster drink is a kind of beverage containing concentrated stimulant substances, usually in the shape of caffeine, that is sold as providing both mental and physical energy (also marketed as giving physical stimulation).
Energy boosters have gained a lot of popularity over the last years for people who want to “get up” earlier, stay up more hours, and perform better at work. Caffeine is often considered a popular energy booster among the various soft drinks and energy beverages that are sold on the market.
Energy boosters boost alertness, promote wakefulness, increase physical performance, provide short-term energy relief during lulls in the daytime, and prevent feelings of tiredness.
The common ingredients in energy drinks are caffeine, guarana, and red bull’s pepper. The caffeine ingredient is known to stimulate the central nervous system and increase blood pressure and heart rate, while the guarana contains diuretic properties and helps the body eliminate toxins.
This substance is also believed to relieve pain and inflammation. Although the active ingredients in energy drinks may not always be harmful, research has shown that there can be dangerous interactions between these ingredients and vitamins and minerals that may lead to negative health reactions.