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“Anticoagulant therapy may reduce the risk of recurrent stroke by approximately 60 percent and if more efficacious than antiplatelet agents.”

Adverse cardiac events are prevalent after energy drink consumption, with one body of research suggesting overconsumption of energy drinks could trigger cardiac arrests in healthy people.

This was confirmed by authors of a 2017 paper published in the Anatolian Journal of Cardiology, who noted a prevalence of unexplained cardiac arrests after consuming energy drinks.

In fact, reports in HullLive last year detailed the case of a 53-year-old man who experienced a heart attack after drinking 12 cans of energy drinks every day for a year.

Source: Daily Express

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