Red Bull side effects

red bull side effects

Few people who consume the energy drinks are like that they drink the holy water and now they are ready to fight with vampires. I just want to know that this really works like this. Energy drinks give them really a good strength to do something which they cannot do without energy drink. No doubt energy drinks gave theme strength. But only in starting days after a few days some people get addicted to these drinks and feel like they can’t do anything. In this article, I will share with you some red bull side effects.

I know one of my friend’s uncle who consumes 3-4 can of a Redbull in a single day. He does not know that only two can is preferable in a day. In this case, I can say that the uncle is addicted to the energy drink.  These energy drink or red bull side effects occur when not consumed as prescribed or when used in excessive amount. Everything has a limit 🙂

Energy drink’s ingredients that causes side effects when consume extra dose

Caffeine is the most used substance in the world and is the ingredient of energy drinks. Caffeine cause different effects on different individuals. More than 400-gram caffeine consumed in a day can cause restlessness, increased heartbeat, and insomnia. A 250ml can of Red Bull contains only 80-gram of caffeine. But do not try to drink 5 can in a single day because others things like cold drinks also contain caffeine and if you drink 5 and you also drink cold drink or consumed other material that contains caffeine can cause side effects in you.

Other ingredients in the energy drink Artificial Sweeteners,Ginkgo Biloba, Ginseng, Sugar,  Glucuronolactone, Inositol, L-Carnitine, L-Theanine, Taurine, Vitamins B. Artificial Sweeteners and Taurine has no side effects reported till now but there is always a debate on side effects of these. All the other ingredients can cause minor to major side effects from nausea, diarrhea to vaginal bleeding and miscarriage if not consumed in a limited dose.

Side effects caused by Energy drinks when consumed in excessive

The amount of dose vary for different peoples, so before using energy drinks it is a good idea to take advice from a doctor. Below are some side effects of excessive dose.

  • Palpitations / tachycardia
  • Tremor / shaking
  • Agitation / restlessness
  • Gastrointestinal upset
  • Chest pain/ischemia
  • Dizziness/syncope
  • Paresthesia (tingling or numbing of the skin)
  • Insomnia
  • Respiratory distress
  • Headache

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What causes a headache?

Causes of Headache

causes of headache. A headache is a common problem in people. A person gets headaches for many different reasons. Sometimes they may cause of triggered by what we add on over diet like what we eat or drink or what we withdrawal into over diet. Going too much long time without eating food is also the main reason for a headache.

Certain foods are famous or well known for causing headache ..according to Egilius Spiering, a neurologist, clinical professor and director of a headache and face pain programmer at Tufts medical centre.these are some examples are including.

Dark chocolate, Aged cheese, Cured Meats, Alcohol, Nitrites, Caffeine, Gluten,  Amines

Dietary habits of one person not compulsory to affect someone else. Still its helpful to know more common dietary culprits.

Causes of Headache

Causes of Headache
Causes of Headache

Drinking alcohol

Alcohol is a vasodilator, which means it causes blood vessels to expand. And this dilation of vessels into the veins in the brain expand, the nerve fibres collect around them are stretched that activates the nerve fibres and can cause the release of inflammatory chemical and pain. In alcohol beverages, such as whiskey beer and wine may cause a headache. Many of these products are dilate the blood vessels. And one other thing is that white wine often contains more sulfites than red wine. They all contain histamine which is caused the headache.


A genetic-based illness requiring complete elimination of gluten, a gluten, a protein in wheat, rye and barley. Approx one in five people with celiac disease is suffering from a headache. But in such other common conditions, a headache is not only found on these diseases they are also found in some other minor common or severe condition. or is a part of wheat allergy sensitivity or non-celiac disease.


Compounds called biogenic amines, such as histamine, tyramine may contribute to headaches in some people. Many foods such as tomatoes, avocados and spinach, contain naturally higher amounts of histamine. Dark chocolate contains phenylethylamine. Amounts of biogenic amines are generally highest in foods in which bacteria break down certain amino acids, such as during fermentation or as the food ages, ripens or spoiled. In some most people eat such foods without a problem. People have the presence of enzymes in their gut that help break down biogenic amines.


We all know that the caffeine we take has many benefits but on the other ways caffeine narrows the blood vessels that surround our brain, when we stop taking it they expand again, and that can cause pain in the head. Or over-consumption of caffeine is a reason of a migraine.

Dark chocolates

In dark chocolates, a chemical is used which is known as tyramine. And tyramine is mostly founded in migraine problems.

Aged cheeses

Aged cheeses, blue cheese and be delectable, they are contained the amount of amino acid tyramine, which can trigger a headache.

Cured Meats

As like aged cheese, the cured meat is loaded with tyramine so containing a large amount of tyramine is a reason of a headache. Such as 10 per cent cases of a headache or a migraine suffer by the reason of cite food and drinks they all know to be a trigger, according to the migraine trust.

Some other things like dried or overripe fruits( overripe bananas)

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Boob Facts

boob facts

In this article, we are going to share with you some facts about human body parts breast. It is also called boobs. Check out below some boob facts.

The average weight of the breast is 500 grams (1 lb) and has 4-5%  of the total fat of the body.

Boob size is not equal. The left side breast is usually about one-fifth larger than the right side. In some women, one nipple also can be wider than another one.

The breast starts growing after the two to four years of first menstruation.

In primates, only human females have permanent full breasts.

Weight directly affects the boobs. If someone gains weight her boob size also increases and if loses weight the size of her boob also decreases.

Harmons play a big role in the size of boobs. During the menstrual period, the size of boobs can increase due to hormones.

The boobs sag with the age. Tension, stress, smoking, and drinking also result in saggy boobs.

During exercising boobs mostly get hurt. It is suggested that wear a good supportive sports bra during exercise.

Sleeping on the stomach causes a change in the shape of boobs.

Boob Facts

boob facts
Boob Facts

80% of females in the world are using/wearing the wrong size bra. Those cause problems like back pain, indigestion, and headaches. 

During pregnancy, the nipples become darker due to hormones and fade after it.

The first breast augmentation operation was done in 1962. Breast augmentation operation is in High Demand.

After lung cancer, breast cancer is the deadliest disease in women. Men also can suffer from breast cancer.

Breastfeeding can prevent or lower the risk of heart and breast cancer disease. It also helps in losing weight for new moms.

Hong Kong Polytechnic University offers a degree in Bra Studies. In that, they teach how to design and build a bra.

Before bra was invented, Roman ladies tie a bandage around their breasts to keep them in place while exercising.

Women can reach orgasm by just breast stimulation. But only 1% of women have this ability.

A lady with a chest size of 70 inches (5.83 feet) is set the Guinness World Record of Largest natural breasts.

6% of people in the world have 3 nipples.

A study suggested that nipple simulation makes feel women more attracted and connected to their partner physically.

Until six weeks every fetus is female. But after six weeks nipples become part of the body that is why males have nipples too.

A study found that the men who prefer small breasts are more financially secure than the men who prefer large breasts.

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Facts about Sperm

facts about sperm

Firstly the sperm cells are male reproductive cells. The liquid that is produced by the male sex organ contains the sperm. Sperm word comes from a Greek word ‘Sperma’. The meaning of Sperma is ‘seed’. Which is necessary for producing babies. The lifespan of male sperm approx 5 days in the female womb. If a male has some problem in his sperm count or not proper sperm count they face disability to born a baby called infertility. Before going on facts about sperm we are going to share some reasons that cause male infertility or you can directly go to the facts about sperm below.

  • Daily lifestyle,
  • Stress, Dietary habits,
  • Genetic factors,
  • Hormonal problems,
  • Defected gens

The daily lifestyle of a man related to his diet plays a very important role in the health of their sperm. some bad habits can create minor or major problems which cause infertility. In these, the dietary pattern is the most common reason for infertility.

Some studies say that a person who consumed 3 or more three cups of coffee per day had a lower sperm count or this lower sperm count has a low construction of sperm. Which leads to a reason for infertility.

Men who drink alcohol regularly, smoke the cigarette a lot, consume caffeine have lowered concentration of sperm, or have chances to disturb fertility.

A sperm defect is also found when sperm is not found in a proper shape or irregular shape has poor mortality or low sperm count.

Using too many steroids or antibiotics is a reason to create a side effect on sperm cells.

Stress disturbs the functions of the brain. These disturbed systems lose their sense of activity or disturb the sex hormone.

facts about sperm

facts about sperm

One ejaculate can have 15 million to 200 million on sperm. Less than 15 million sperm per ejaculation is considered a low sperm count.

What males eat directly affects the health of sperm. So eating healthy means having healthy sperm that result in a healthy family.

Sperm needs a cold environment. Testicles act like a refrigerator for sperm and provide 7 degrees Fahrenheit less temperature from the temperature body.

Sperm has a lifespan of 5 days only inside women.

According to a study for better health of sperm, a male should ejaculate a minimum of 4 times a month.

Immune system cells consider sperm cells as a foreign invader or some virus/ bacteria because sperm cells only have half of the DNA. Testicles protect sperm cells from the immune cell but in 70% of cases, the sperm cell is damaged by the immune cell in vasectomy patients.

The sperm cell is continuously produced in the male body, and unhealthy sperm can be replaced with healthy sperm within a few months.

Approximately 40-50% of cases of infertility have defect sperm.

Only the healthiest sperm wins the race of life and penetrates the egg. To penetrate in egg, sperm releases an enzyme from the acrosome ( part of the head) that melt the surface of the egg.

If you ever feel low in life, once think about it that you are the sperm that won the race of life from other 15 million (minimum ) sperms.


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How food can become a ‘poison’

signs and symptoms of food poisoning

Food poisoning could be due to the consumption of food spoilt by some bacterias or microorganisms. The microorganisms that grow in our food sometimes produce toxic substances. They create poison into food and makes it poisonous and leads to serious illness even death. So it is very important that we prevent the food from being spoilt. We are going to share with you the signs and symptoms of food poisoning, high-risk foods and prevention techniques.

Signs and symptoms of food poisoning

signs and symptoms of food poisoning

Stomach pain

Each year, many peoples in the world get sick due to food poisoning. It disturbs stomach and starts abdominal cramps.


Eating dirty food which carries bacteria, virus or other infections, it can cause loose motions. loose motions are whenever the bowel movements are trouble or stool is passed in urgent or frequent in the watery form.


In a condition of food poisoning vomits is a very common symptom. In this anything what we eat comes out forcefully through the mouth.


Food poisoning cause Vomiting and Diarrhea which result in the loss of water from the body. The loss of water dehydrate the body and this can cause headache


A condition in which the person feels easily fatigue after doing small things. and the body undergoes tiredness.

Bacteria that cause food poisoning

  1. Salmonella (Bacteria)
  2. Campylobacter jejuni (Bacteria)
  3. Escherichia coli (Bacteria)
  4. Staphylococcal (Bacteria)
  5. Cl. Perfringens (Bacteria)
  6. B. Cereus (Bacteria)
  7. Cl. Botulinum (Bacteria)

High-risk foods

Unpasteurized milk, cheese, and juice some others things like meat, eggs and dairy products are frequently contaminated. In this list the one is contaminated water and undercooked or uncooked material.we all can eat or buy the things which are easily available in shops or food markets but sometimes all those things are not pure or hygienic and leads to high risk of contaminated infections.

Peoples who are in the high risk

signs and symptoms of food poisoning
  1. Children
  2. Old peoples
  3. Peoples with weak immunity
  4. Peoples with HIV/ AIDS
  5. Pregnant women

Prevention of food poisoning

Keep clean

Wash hand before and after preparing a meal.

Clean all the things like utensils or dishes, glows etc. properly which is in your kitchen.

Wash vegetables before the cooking and also wash fruits perfectly before consuming.

Cook well

Cook food at the right temperature for example chicken, egg, boil milk properly, cook vegetables properly.

Less Gap

Keep to maintain a short or less time between cook and eat. And don’t wait to long or too much distance in between cooking and eating.

Make sure to eat the fresh meal all the time.

Eat healthy. Stay healthy.

Note: Please consult with the doctor in any kind of illness. Don’t use medicine prescribed on the internet. If any kind of signs and symptoms of food poisoning you notice, we would prefer you to consult with the doctor.

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Knowledge about blood

blood facts

In this post, we are going to share some Blood facts and some Q&A. Firstly, we talk about blood. What is blood? The answer to this question is that Blood is the body liquid which is present in Humans and other Animals which delivers the nutrients and oxygen to the cells and free the cells from the metabolism waste. Now let’s learn about some Blood facts.

Q. Which is known as ‘River of life’?

Ans. Blood.

Q. Blood circulation was discovered by?

Ans. William Harvey.

Q.The total blood volume in an adult?

Ans. 5-6 litres.

Q.The ph value of the human body?

Ans. 7.35 – 7.45.

Q. The normal blood cholesterol level?

Ans. 150-250mg / 100 ml

Q. The fluid part of blood?

Ans. Plasma.

Q. Plasma protein fibrinogen has an active role in ?

Ans. Clotting of blood.

Q. Iron-containing pigment of haemoglobin?

Ans. Haem.

Q. Protein containing pigment of haemoglobin?

Ans. Globin.

Q. Graveyard of RBC?

Ans. Spleen.

Q. Lifespan of RBC?

Ans. 120 days.

Q. Total count is measured by an instrument known as?

Ans. Haemocytometer.

Q. A decrease in RBC count is known as?

Ans. Anaemia.

Q. Lifespan of WBC?

Ans. 10-15 days.

Q. Blood cell performs an important role in blood clotting?

Ans. Thrombocytes ( platelets).

Q. Vessels is called?

Ans. Thrombus.

Q. Anticoagulant present in blood?

Ans. Heparin.

Q. A hereditary bleeding disease?

Ans. Haemophilia.

Q. Bleeder’s disease?

Ans. Haemophilia.

Q. Christmas disease?

Ans. Haemophilia.

Q. Viscosity of blood?

Ans. 4.5 to 5.5

Q. A type of Anemia with sickle-shaped RBC?

Ans. Sickle cell anaemia.

Q. Instrument used to measure haemoglobin?

Ans. Haemoglobinometer.

Q. Who demonstrated blood groups?

Ans. Karl Landsteiner.

Q. Who demonstrated Rh factor?

Ans. Karl Landsteiner.

Q.Blood group which is called Universal donor?

Ans. O

Q. Blood group which is called universal recipient?

Ans. AB

Q. Blood group is most common among the Asians?

Ans. B

Health law status

In this article, we are going to share with you some health-related acts of India. For medical professionals to know about these acts are essentials. We just listed acts in this article you can read detail about these acts on the internet. The health-related acts in India are given below.

  1. Offences against the person Act 1861
  2. Perjury Act 1911
  3. Venereal Disease Act 1917
  4. Infant life Act 1929
  5. Children and young person Act 1933
  6. National Assistance Act 1948
  7. Sexual offences Act 1956
  8. Human tissue Act 1961
  9. Suicide Act 1961
  10. Abortion Act 1967
  11. Medicines Act 1968
  12. Family law reform Act 1969
  13. Misuse of drug Act 1971
  14. Congenital Disabilities Act 1976
  15. National Health Services Act 1977
  16. Unfair contract Terms act 1977
  17. Vaccine damage payment act 1979
  18. Mental health act 1983
  19. Medical Act 1983
  20. Public health act 1984
  21. Data protection act 1984
  22. Enduring Powers of Attorney act 1985
  23. Prohibition of female circumcision Act 1985
  24. Surrogacy Arrangements Act 1985
  25. Human organ transplant act 1989
  26. Children Act 1989
  27. NHS and community care act 1990
  28. Human Fertilization and embryology act 1990
  29. Medical products: prescription Act 1992
  30. Data protection act 1998
  31. Health act 1999
  32. Care standards act 2000
  33. Health and social care Act 2001
  34. National health services reform and health care professions Act 2002
  35. Health and social care act 2003
  36. Health act 2006
  37. National health services Act 2006
  38. National health services(Wales) Act 2006
  39. NHS Redress Act 2006
  40. Mental health act 2007
  41. Health and safety (offences) act 2008
  42. Health Act 2009
  43. Equality Act 2010
  44. Health and social care Act 2012
  45. Protection of freedoms act 2012
  46. Mental health (Discrimination )Act 2013

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Classification of drugs

classification of drugs

Every medicine we used during disease is of some specific type. Like while suffering from acidity we use antacids. Antacids reduce the activity of gastric secretion. Every pharmacy company sells its medicine with a different name. So in the hospitals, the doctor generally uses the classified name of medicine because in every hospital there is more than two pharma company that can supply the medicines. To make things easy they just told staff to give the patient an Antacids if the patient is suffering from acidity. Only in severe conditions, the doctor prefers the specific medicine. we are listing the classification of drugs in this article. Hope it will help a little bit the medical students out there.

Classification of drugs

1 Antacids- reduce the activity of gastric secretion.

2 Anti-coagulants- a substance which decreases blood clotting process.

3 Analgesics-Drugs used to relieve pain.

4 Anti-pyaratic- Drugs that reduce fever.

5 Anti-dotes- a substance that used to counteract the effect of poison.

6 Anti-infectives-kill or retard the growth of the microorganism.

7 Myotics-contract the pupils of eyes.

8 Anti-diarrhetic- Agents that are used for diarrhoea.

9 Anti-pruritic- A drug that relieves itching.

10 Laxatives-A mild action to expel gas.

11 Diuretics- increase the flow of urine.

12Emetics- Drugs that produce vomiting.

13.Oxytocics- Drug that stimulates uterine contraction.

14 Hypnotics- for inducing sleep.

15 Hypotensive- a substance that capable of lowering blood pressure.

16 Antiseptic- A substance inhibits the growth of bacteria.

17 Purgatives- more powerful than laxatives.

18 Androgens- male sex hormone activity.

19 Digestants- An agent that promotes digestion.

20 Drastics- have a violent action.

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Neem leaves (Azadirachta indica)

In the world of Ayurveda, neem tree is very famous or popular. Every part like bark, leaves, roots,  flower, fruit and seeds of the neem tree used to make medicine. Check out some facts of neem bark, neem seeds, neem leaves etc.

Facts about neem bark, neem seeds, neem leaves etc.

  • It’s leaves used in various type of home remedies.
  • It helps to nourish the scalp of the head and root of the hair.
  • It is rich in anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antidiabetic properties.
  • Water boiled with it leaves helps to remove or reduce blackhead or dead skin.
  • clean the skin or protect the skin from infection or infectious diseases ( neem lotion, neem soap, etc there is many products of neem available in the market).
  • Neem is used for leprosy or other major skin disorders.
  • Neem branches are used for teeth cleaning.
  • Useful in the purification of blood.
  • It is also useful in chickenpox, malaria, smallpox and body rash.
  • its leaves and root can be used as Insect repellent. It can repel black flies and the use of neem oil can repel the mosquitoes.
  • The gel extracted from its leaves can reduce the formation of the Dental plaque
  • Stomach and intestinal ulcers can be cured with its bark.
  • Other diseases like Fever, Upset stomach, Breathing problems, Malaria, Worms. Head lice, Skin problems and diseases, Heart problems, Diabetes can also cure with neem.
  • Neem also can be used as contraception.

Note: we are not advising you to take the neem. Neem is Ayurveda but it also has side effects. it causes severe problems when it is not used properly. before taking it we suggest you consult with an Ayurveda Doctor. Some side effects are given below.

Side Effects of neem

  • Taking large doses of neem is harmful to both adults and children.
  • Giving neem oil or seed to children by mouth cause vomiting, diarrhoea, drowsiness, blood disorders, seizures, loss of consciousness, coma, brain disorders, and death.
  • During pregnancy taking neem oil and neem bark can cause a miscarriage.
  • Neem can cause blood sugar to go too low.

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Respect food

1.We eat food to survive or live. without proper nutrition our body can’t survive .

2.Food provides the energy or important things that needs our body like protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamins and minerals.these all things help the body to work or energetic.

3.Food helps to growth or maintain the body functions.

4.Food gives the power to the body to prevention and fight against diseases.

5.An improper diet can cause us to look tired, fatigued, older,unhealthy resulting in living shorter or unhealthy life.

6.proper food and nourishment helps us create a strong internal health.

7.body makes connective tissue, sex hormones, bones and blood clotting factors with the help of food.

8.In our world People don’t have enough to eat. many poor people cant afford meals and they suffer from hunger or death.

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