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Fizzy drinks increase aggressiveness

For those who drink soda there is much greater risk of excessive consumption of alcohol

Fizzy drinks increase aggressiveness

The impact of soft pilalaci the behavior of adolescents is negative as well as the influence of alcohol or smoking.

An American study conducted on 2,000 teenagers aged 14 to 18 years showed that there is a strong correlation between the consumption of sweet carbonated drinks and increased aggressiveness.

The results showed that 70 percent of teens daily drink three to four glasses of fizzy drinks, while others drink and more. In all who regularly drank soda were observed indicators of violent behavior.

But what is worrying is that those who drink fizzy there is much greater risk of excessive alcohol consumption. With the growing aggressiveness is noticed unsportsmanlike conduct their peers and family members, as well as poor success in school.

The scientists concluded that teenagers who regularly drank fizzy and sugary beverages were up 9 to 15 percent more aggressive than their peers with demonstrated that the impact of soft drinks on the behavior of adolescents is negative as well, the influence of alcohol or smoking.

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