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Best Energy Drinks for Studying - Read, Learn and Repeat!

Studying can be a furiously hard task to do for some, especially given an upcoming deadline. Let's look at some of the best energy drinks that can help with a little boost.

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Red Bull

Red Bull is probably the most popular energy drink the world over, especially for its slogan 'Redbull Gives You Wings'. It is one of the original energy drinks on the market and makes a really good choice for anyone needing an energy boost. A study conducted in 2001 published in the subject of Amino Acids investigated the effects of this energy drink on the actual energy levels and moods of a group of volunteers. The study states that while the drink physically energized the volunteers, it also went on to improve mental capacity that includes memory and concentration. Red Bull claims that it incorporates many ingredients that aide to this effect, while Today's Dietician notes that it's mainly the caffeine that plays a role. An 8 ounce serving of Red Bull contains around 80 milligrams of caffeine.

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Water

Drinking water is one of the essential components of anyone's daily routine. If you're feeling a little weak and or tired, try drinking a glass of water before reaching out for an energy drink. This is extremely vital as your energy levels may seriously reduce if you're not getting enough hydration. The aim is to drink enough water daily to a point that your urine is clear instead of it being yellow.

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Coffee

Through many studies and research that's conducted around the world, caffeine stands out to be one of the main ingredients that provide the boost in most energy drinks available. Thus you might be able to save yourself some money and even a few calories by simply drinking another caffeine-rich alternative, coffee. The caffeine content in a cup of coffee can vary, however, it is generally between 120 milligrams to 230 milligrams in an 8-ounce serving. Similar to coffee, a shot of espresso is also another great alternative as it is very high in caffeine. You'll find around 150 milligrams to 185 milligrams of caffeine in each shot of espresso.

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Sport Drinks

Improper hydration can leave you lethargic and unfocused. While sports drinks aren't known as the best energy boosters, they definitely help in restoring your body's hydration. The carbs and minerals contained in these drinks can help give you the little boost you need. You'll find many beverages in Sri Lanka that aid in boosting your energy, And most supermarkets such as Keells Super have these for sale.

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Tea

While it may not be as strong as coffee, tea is an energy booster that contains caffeine as well. You'll find around 42 milligrams to 72 milligrams of caffeine in each 8 ounce serving of the beverage. Additionally, black tea also contains flavonoids which may assist in heart health and may lower your risk to certain types of cancer. Green Tea is another great choice as it too is a source of caffeine with around 9 milligrams to 50 milligrams in each 8-ounce serving. Green tea also contains rich health-promoting flavonoids that may assist in weight loss for those following a low-calorie diet.