I only got into drinking energy drinks because of my migraines. I remember an ex-boyfriend used to love them and would drink that instead of coffee in the morning. I couldn't see the appeal. I had drunk Mt. Dew by the 2-liter in college, and got to the point where all it would do is make my stomach upset. This just looked like another version of Mt. Dew. No big deal, right?
Oh, how I was wrong! I tried one when I was in pain, on the suggestion of a friend, and WOW. The moment I tasted it, I knew it had something my body was craving. And despite it's name as a so-called "energy drink," when I'm in migraine pain, I can drink one and go to sleep, no problem. Migraine pain doesn't seem to know what stimulants are. So no real drawback there! (Okay, it is expensive... I'll grant you that. Buying bulk and having access to those discount superstore
Since that day, I've been a loyal fan.
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