Falling of one and a half large cans of an energy drink almost halves the flow of blood in young adults, studies show.
The researchers found beverages – coated with caffeine and sugar, and popular with children – can lead to the assembly of the vessel.
Cutting of certain arteries over time can lead to stroke.
In a small study of 44 non-smoker students in their 20s, blood vessels were tested before and 90 minutes after consuming 500 and 500 ml cans of energy drink.
Initially, the ship's dilatation was on average 5.1% in diameter. It fell to 2.8% when measured for the second time.
Lead researcher Dr. John Higgins of the University of Texas for Health Sciences in Houston, USA said that this suggests "acute damage in vascular function".
Manufacturers say drinks have confirmed the safety of authorities around the world. In the victory for the Mirror can do it! In June, the government announced proposals to ban the sale of energy drinks to children.
Beverages have previously been associated with heart problems associated with heart disease. Caffeine can lead to the formation of blood vessels.
The drink may contain 160 mg of caffeine, despite the fact that 105 mg is a safe daily limit for 11-year-olds.