Sales of energy drinks are globally skyrocketing; annual average sales grow from 2% to 10%. Function of the product is to boost energy and wake up consumers, which is main reason to the popularity. Regular customers of energy drinks are Korean students and busy workers. However, energy drinks contain many harmful substances, which when over consumed create health hazards. Thus, all energy drinks should be banned, considering three dangerous problems: harmful effects, bad customs, and perilous ingredients.
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