Strokes and Brain Injury Linked to Energy Drinks – Indiana Brain Injury Lawyers

 At Young and Young, we care about the health of our clients and about Hoosiers all over the state.  We have spent a lot of time with experts from all over the Country to educate ourselves about brain injury.  We think this knowledge is essential to becoming the best Indiana Brain Injury Attorneys we can be.   John P. Young, of Young and Young, is a 15 year plus member of the Brain Injury Association of Indiana.  He serves on the Board of Directors and is a former Chair of the Board of Directors.  The mission of BIAI is to educate Hoosiers about brain injury and to be the entry point for all Hoosier families dealing with Brain Injury and who require information about resources.  The most important piece of information about brain injury is prevention is the key.  Brain injury is a very difficult injury for families and it is very difficult to treat.  This does not mean that we do not have excellent treatment, but treatment is not perfect.  Therefore, prevention is the most important thing about brain injury.  You can help prevent brain injury by wearing a helmet.               

Another way to avoid brain injury, for children and young adults is to avoid using Energy drinks.   A recent study has linked the use of energy drinks such as Red Bull, NOS and others, to strokes.  A stroke is brain injury caused by bleeding in the brain.  The bleed can be caused by increased blood pressure caused by the use of energy drinks. The study was recently published in the medical Journal Pediatrics.  There is no final consensus on the use of energy drinks and their safety.  However, given that your brain is so vital to the quality of your life, we recommend that people err on the side of caution.  Please take the doctor’s advice, prevent brain injury by avoiding energy drinks until their safety can be thoroughly reviewed.  Heck, it saves you money and may protect the quality of your life.

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