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Which of the following is true about energy drinks and mixers:
a. carbonation generally slows the rate of alcohol absorption
b. a sweet taste can hide the taste of alcohol
c. caffeine helps keep the person aware of how intoxicated he or she is
d. all of the above?
Answer: b. a sweet taste can hide the taste of alcohol
Because many individuals use a lot of sweet energy drinks as mixers, they consume a lot of sweet energy drinks. These disguise the aftertaste of alcohol while also making drinking easier for those who are unfamiliar with it.
Carbonated soft drinks promote alcohol consumption by enabling ethanol to enter circulation via increased stomach pressure.
Caffeine, which is present in red bull and other energy drinks, masks the impact of alcohol on the nervous system, making drinkers feel more awake. People often become oblivious to how much alcohol they’ve had while drinking in this state, so statement C is also incorrect.
Sugar in mixers also interacts with alcohol and reduces its absorption into the circulation, according to a recent study.