hello everyone i have a question if you drink alot of soda which contains alot of sugar does it cause high blood sugar levels or does it cause low blood sugar. i remember about 3 months ago i drank about 4 cups of coffee and a 3 liter bottle of cola in a 9 hour period and i felt really weird. i had increased heartrate and a headache and was having some breathing problems as well plus i got a couple weird heartbeats. could drinking too much coffee and soda cause all those symptoms. i was thinking that maybe it was all the sugar intake and caffeine.
HELLO MARRA I KNOW ME AND YOU HAD SOME DISAGREEMENTS ON A COUPLE SUBJECTS BUT I HAVE A QUESTION WHEN I WAS DRINKING ALL THE SODA AND COFFEE I WAS EXPERIENCING TERRIBLE BREATHING PROBLEMS. MAYBE THE CAFFEINE?
i have to tell you guys that iv switched to just 2 cups of coffee a day and i switched from cola to lemon lime soda. im drinking a 2 liter bottle of lemon lime soda everyday and im suffering from headaches everyday.
Drinking that much soda on a regular basis can also cause diabetes in the long run. Soda is packed w/sugar and add that to your daily intake from else where-that's a lot of sugar. Everything in moderation :)
hey , fizzy drink is fizzy drink ! 2 ltr is a lot to have in one day .it is a huge mix of chemicals to have ! try squash or juice if you cant drink water , i dont like water myself so i do understand . all these chemicals can cause headache and some are carciogenic so please try to cut down because your risk of diabeties is greatly increased too . good luck x x
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