Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center > News > Posts > The Dangers of Energy Drinks Quick Hit  

Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center > News > Posts > The Dangers of Energy Drinks Quick Hit
The Dangers of Energy Drinks Quick Hit

For some, it may be hard to stay away from energy boosters. With the temptation of an extra jolt to make it through the night shift or avoid the after-lunch slump, many of our Sailors and Marines are reaching for energy drinks. The Consortium for Health and Military Performance recommends service members limit their caffeine intake to no more than 200 milligrams (mg) every four hours; and no more than 800mg throughout the day. How much is too much and how does the extra sugar and caffeine effect your health?

Learn more by reading the full Quick Hit here: https://issuu.com/nmcphc/docs/the_dangers_of_energy_drinks_quick_?e=3486808/46621845

Other News
NMCPHC Command Newsletter – Vol 9 Issue 2
​We are pleased to share the latest edition of the NMCPHC Command Newsletter. This edition addresse... (more)

May’s Reporter "Prevention Services for the STI Patient" - News and Tips for the DRSi User
​This month's webinar will be describing best practices for Prevention Services for the STI Patient... (more)

Get to Sleep, Doctor's Orders - Quick Hit
​You go to the gym to get stronger physically, visit health care providers and eat a balanced diet ... (more)

What's New in Public Health - March 2019
​Check out what's new in military public health with updates from the Navy and Marine Corps Pu... (more)

March Quick Hit: Workplace Safety? Say Eye!
​Did you know: Exposure to eye health hazards can happen anywhere, especially in the workplace, whe... (more)