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5 Hour Energy and search terms related to 5 Hour Energy are searched via blog search 701 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 70 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about 5 Hour Energy, should earn roughly $5 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
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What Is In 5 Hour Energy That Makes My Depression Go Away?From Mental Health Forum:
What is in 5 hour energy that makes my depression go away? When I take half of a 5 hour energy I get extremely happy and energized,ready and motivated to do whatever comes my way. It really picks me up from my depression that I've experienced for 2 years. What ingredients are causing this?I was told is was the L-Tyrosine,Ive taken it individually,it didn't help anything. Thanks
Answer: The 5-hour energy shot is a stimulant, and virtually anybody will feel great and energized and motivated on a stimulant drug (even if the drug is a natural substance, which the ingredients of 5-hour energy are). However, one of the main ingredients in 5-hour energy that promotes energy, elevated mood, and concentration are B vitamins. There is a link between a B-vitamin deficiency and depression, so there is the chance that you may be lacking in B vitamins in your diet and that is helping to perpetuate your depressive state. Instead of taking 5-hour energy, try taking a B-vitamin supplement pill every day (after talking to your doctor about it first, of course). Maybe people feel relief from their depressed moods when they start getting enough B vitamins in their diet, so you may be deficient. Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) have also been shown to improve mood in some people with depressive symptoms, so you may also want to try taking fish oil supplements daily to see if those improve your mood. Usually the only side effect of fish oil is an upset stomach when you first start taking them, and a "fishy" burp. They are very safe and don't have any known dangerous interactions. Good luck!
Why Does 5-Hour Energy Seem To Provide Me With Minimal Energy And I Remain Tired?From Other - General Health Care Forum:
Why does 5-Hour Energy seem to provide me with minimal energy and I remain tired? I am probably on the more tired side for a teenager in general but I am fairly active. I am almost 19 years old. I can drink a whole 5-Hour Energy at PM and fall asleep from 1-3:30 pm. It just doesn't seem to do what it says it does, at least for me. I think part of this is that everybody's body reacts different.
Answer: Because 5 hour energy has the same amount of caffeine as 2 cups of coffee. If you drink regular soda like Coke or Pepsi, or you drink tea or coffee drinks your body isn't as sensitive to caffeine as someone who doesn't drink things with caffeine, so the 5 hour energy will not work as well.
Is It Safe To Drink A 5-Hour Energy Shot In The Morning And A Whey Protein Shake After My Workout?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Is it safe to drink a 5-hour energy shot in the morning and a whey protein shake after my workout? I am really tired everyday so I started taking 5-hour energy shots but I also work out and take why protein. I take my energy drink at 6 a.m. and my protein shake after I workout at 4 p.m. is this healthy/safe? and if not, what are the bad side affects?
Answer: I drink 5-Hour Energy shots almost everyday, sometimes in the morning, sometimes before I work out, whenever I need that boost. I don't see why it wouldn't be safe to drink it and your whey protein shake, I would keep it up. They're probably the safest kind of energy booster you're going to get (in comparison to other energy drinks I mean) http://5hourenergy.com/compare.asp. Good luck!
Is It Bad To Take A 5 Hour Energy Everyday?From Other - Health Forum:
is it bad to take a 5 hour energy everyday? I take a 5 hour energy everyday after school. I never have energy to do anything. When I came home from school I always use to sleep and didn't have time to do any homework so that's the reason why I take it now. I have a feeling it's bad for you and I really want to stop but I can't because without it I don't get anything done. Is it bad?
Answer: To quote the conclusions of a recent study in the journal Pediatrics: "Energy drinks have no therapeutic benefit, and many ingredients are understudied and not regulated. The known and unknown pharmacology of agents included in such drinks, combined with reports of toxicity, raises concern for potentially serious adverse effects in association with energy drink use." In other words, don't take that stuff. Try this for a couple of weeks and see if it helps: 1) Slowly taper off the 5-hour energy (take it every other day for a few days, then every 2 days, then stop. Something like that.) 2) Get at least 8 hours of sleep every night (I know it's hard with all the homework and stuff) 3) Eat healthy foods (no junk) in moderate portions 4) Get exercise, but not right before sleep. See if that helps. Just think of it this way, back in the day, when kids worked in mines and on farms, they managed to do so without all this stuff. Surely we can handle sitting on our butts all day in class without having to drink a bunch of chemicals :) Good luck.
Is 5 Hour Energy Bad For You And How Bad Is It?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
Is 5 Hour Energy Bad For You And How Bad is It? I have been drinking a little more than usual 5 Hour Energy drinks. I am wondering if they are "bad" for you like people say, and if they are, exactly how bad, and why are they bad?
Answer: this is taken from cave mans post on answer bag hope it helps 'I believe the other 2 responses here were not about the "5-Hour energy drink". I believe they were both talking about different types of energy 'drinks' or 'shots'. The brand "5-Hour Energy Drink" is safe and is completely unlike the other types of energy drinks. I have had quite a few of the 5-hour energy drinks and they leave you with no side effects. It doesn't have the same ingredients that the other types have (which are usually in a bottle or can). The 5-hour energy drink is definitely different and works without you realising any change in your body - except you no longer feel tired - and that is its only result. drew-b-gon is probably right about his 'shots' (or injections) and the 18-year old Wise Guy sounds like he can teach the world to be as healthy as a horse.'
How Much Of A 5 Hour Energy Bottle Should I Drink Before A Workout?From Diet & Fitness Forum:
How much of a 5 hour energy bottle should I drink before a workout? Well I bought a 5 hour energy today. I've never had one but I bought it to give me more energy while working out. My workout takes about 2 hours a day usually either lower body (squats) or upper body (bench, incline) and then running plays for football then a lap around a track. Does anyone know how much of it I should drink. I heard you should only drink about half of it but I'm not sure.
Answer: You do drink about half but you don't drink energy drinks to exercise. You drink protein drinks. You should split a protein drink serving into two and drink one an hour before a work out and then the other half when you get finished. That way you have the energy to work out during the workout and then are rebuilding your muscles after the workout.
Can I Add 5 Hour Energy To Another Drink To Take Away The Bad Taste?From Non-Alcoholic Drinks Forum:
Can I add 5 hour energy to another drink to take away the bad taste? My nephew and his father live on 5 hour energy to stay awake but they tell me the taste is HORRIBLE. Has anyone tried to add it to soda or another drink to try and make the bad taste go away?
Answer: Sure, add it to 'Mountain Dew' and voila, you have 'Monster'!
Can The 5 Hour Energy Drinks Be Dangerous To Drink After A While?From Non-Alcoholic Drinks Forum:
Can the 5 hour energy drinks be dangerous to drink after a while? I been tired at work lately and decided to start drinking 5 hour energy drinks and the actually work really well. My question is are the safe to drink with out side effect.
Answer: It's only temporary, but you have to be careful not to get hooked on the buzz they give you.
What Does 5 Hour Energy Drink Do To Your Body?From Non-Alcoholic Drinks Forum:
What does 5 hour energy drink do to your body? I've seen this ad about 5 hour energy drink, but were does the energy come from when it hardly has any calories in it. I'm thinking about taking a sip of it every morning to stay awake but I dint know the after effects or what it does to my body. I'm 16 and I really need something to keep myself awake and alert in class.
Answer: Those drinks are terrible, and are made for tired adults to relieve stress at work. But the wide effects are nothing; it's just terrible for you. I suggest you drink tea, which is very healthy and contains a bit of caffeine to keep you awake. Don't drink it everyday, though. tea keeps you awake for more than 5 hours, so that's what I'm saying.
What Is Your Opinion On The 5 Hour Energy Drink?From Beer, Wine & Spirits Forum:
What is your opinion on the 5 hour energy drink? I am planning a 9 hour long driving trip and was thinking about taking the 5 hour energy drink during the last part of it but I have never had one before and don't know how they actually effect people. For those of you who have tried it have you ever crashed after drinking one or gotten jittery, how do you think they work?
Answer: I absolutely love them. I wasn't jittery at all, wasn't manic, nothing like that. I felt alert and good, and it did last 5 hours as described. They don't taste good, but I like the fact that it's only an ounce or so - doesn't make you have to stop to pee like a big Coke would. I was extremely skeptical about them, and was hesitant to try it, but it worked so well I've used them on other trips and will continue to do so. If you've never done one before you should try half a bottle first before you actually need it just to see how it impacts you. They contain a LOT of the mineral niacin, and some people report a "niacin flush". Harmless, but annoying.
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