What really happens to your body 24 hours after drinking a can of Red Bull

What really happens to your body 24 hours after drinking a can of Red Bull

First we learned what happened to our bodies one hour after drinking a can of Coca-Cola, then Diet Coke, and now a new infographic reveals the effects of energy drinks.

The graphic by Personalise.co.uk reveals what happens 10 minutes, 15-45 minutes, 30-50 minutes, one hour, five-six hours, 12 hours and 12-24 hours after necking a Red Bull.

From the first ten minutes when your heart rate and blood pressure rise, to the final 12 to 24 hours when your body begins feeling withdrawal symptoms – including headaches, irritability and constipation.

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This new infographic by Peronalise.co.uk looks at what happens to your body after drinking an energy drink

This new infographic by Peronalise.co.uk looks at what happens to your body after drinking an energy drink

It also breaks down the effects seven to 12 days after drinking it.

But is the information contained within the graphic scientifically correct?

FEMAIL speaks to science communicator and food researcher Dr Stuart Farrimond for his expert comment on how the energy drink affects your system.


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