FDA's recent Investigation into the five deaths related to Monster Energy Drink has concerns over the use of the energy drinks amongst those, who are inclined towards it. The drink was found to be containing caffeine amount more than the recommend one, rather, the drink was overloaded with caffeine.
High intake of caffeine can pose significant risk to health. Rather, high dose might even hinder an individual's performance.
Reports suggest that gamers, who usually were kind of addicted to these energy drinks have also shifted to other options, which are healthier and pose no risk and at the same time provide energy and helps the brain focus, which are necessary elements for one's game.
A new supplement has been introduced especially for the gamers, GungHor. The products are free from health risks and at the same time deliver memory recall, mental focus.
Bahjeera, pro gamer asserts that the product helps to focus on the game and at the same time increases the capacity of the brain to memorize more, thus enhancing the brain health.
Dr. Perry Renshaw, Director at the Brain Institute, said, "GungHo contains natural ingredients at proven effective doses to improve focus and concentration. On the other hand, energy products deal with short-term energy and no lasting impact on brain energy".
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