Energy drinks cause sleep disorders in children, French agency warns


Public health body says pregnant women and people with certain heart problems or neurological disorders are also at risk from energy drinks.

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Young people and adolescents are at risk of sleep disorders, drowsiness during the day and of developing addictions to other psychoactive substances if they take drinks like Red Bull, Monster or Burn, according to a report published by France’s Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES), reports The Daily Telegraph.