This Man Died After Abusing This famous  Energy Drink

When 24 hours a day seem insufficient for all the tasks that await you, a small energy boost is not hurting after all! Many people opt for energy drinks then for their ability to improve performance and increase endurance. But these products are not safe for health. Here is the story of a bodybuilder died as the result of excessive consumption of these beverages combined with a poor diet and taking steroids.
Dean Wharmby was a British bodybuilder who was doing everything possible to gain weight and develop muscle mass. He followed a diet where he was consuming 10,000 calories a day. His diet consisted of pizza, sandwiches, burgers ... In short, processed foods and unhealthy, along with 8 cans of energy drinks daily. Meanwhile, Dean Wharmby also taking anabolic steroids to increase muscle mass and improve physical strength.
The bodybuilder was indeed very proud of his physical and achievements, and did not hesitate to appear on social networks. Until he learned that he was suffering from liver cancer. Things took a different turn. Dean Wharmby had an awareness and converts to a much healthier lifestyle. He used his platform (Facebook page) to raise awareness about the dangers of taking steroids and poor diet. He wanted to share his battle against cancer with the public. A fight that unfortunately ends up losing. Dean Wharmby succumbed to the disease at the age of 39 years.
According to the medical examiner Lisa Hashmi, steroids are the main cause of death of the bodybuilder. As for Dean, the development of cancer was directly related to his lifestyle. For him, the disease was caused by the combination of various factors, including poor diet and abuse of energy drinks.
Recall that steroid highly valued by bodybuilder may indeed have adverse effects on health. Taken as pills or injections, they can cause infertility, erectile dysfunction, increase blood pressure and cholesterol levels and increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. In addition, the oral intake of excessively steroids can also cause damage to the liver or cancer of that organ.
Energy drinks are also singled out for their many adverse effects, partly responsible for the deterioration of the health status of Dean Wharmby. Note that the case of the bodybuilder is not the first, many deaths or complications were reported worldwide following the consumption of these beverages.
Energy drinks: what health danger?
Energy drinks are very accessible and widely appreciated for the effects they provide. These products can in fact boost energy, concentration and endurance, which is why they are popular with athletes and students in particular.
The effects of energy drinks are mainly due to their high caffeine concentration, sugar and artificial sweeteners. However, That will not last long and soon they fade away, then you feel more tired and wanting another can!
These same ingredients that give these beverages their vaunted virtues are primarily responsible for their harmful effects on health. Indeed, they affect the cardiovascular and nervous systems and are associated with many disorders such as:
  • High blood pressure
  • insomnia
  • mood disorders (irritability, aggressiveness ...)
  • Diabetes
  • tachycardia
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
These drinks can also increase the risk of heart attacks and stroke, because an hour after ingestion, blood becomes almost the same as that of people with cardiovascular problems.
Following the consequences that may result, these products have been banned in some countries such as Denmark and Norway.
Finally, it is very important to be aware of the dangers of the products we consume, regardless of their effectiveness. Steroids, energy drinks and other products on the market can have fatal consequences.
Dean Wharmby was keen to share his story and his struggle against the disease, and spent his last days in warning people against the dangers of these products. So avoid to consume such products and opt for natural methods to refuel your energy.

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