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Can energy drinks affect the effects of alcoholic beverages? A study with users


, : Can energy drinks affect the effects of alcoholic beverages? A study with users. Revista Da Associacao Medica Brasileira 50(1): 48-51

Objectives: The pattern of use of energy drinks, alone or combined with alcoholic beverages, was evaluated in a criteria sample. Methods: 136 volunteers aged 24 +or- 6 years, who had reported at least one previous use of energy drinks, answered a questionnaire on the pattern of use of energy drinks and alcoholic beverages. Results: Most of the subjects (76%) reported using energy drinks in combination with alcoholic beverages, preferably whisky (90%), vodka (37%) and beer (13%).

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