The Dangers of Red-Bull Vodka
Attention Red-Bull Vodka Drinkers–you are drunker than you think! Red bull is a very popular heavily caffeinated energy drink spiked with additional stimulants, and when mixed with vodka or other liquor, ‘red bull vodkas’ help counter the effects of alcohol—leaving people feeling the energy of red bull and not the intoxicating effects of the alcohol. But the problem is that although you may feel more alert, more coordinated and generally more sober, your reflexes and motor skills are just as impaired as people drinking regular cocktails. The effects of alcohol intoxication are not countered by the effects of red bull. A false self awareness of intoxication presents a couple of problems. First of all, people who are not truly aware of how intoxicated they are tend to drink more alcohol. They are more at risk for alcohol poisoning, and intense intoxication. They are more at risk of getting drunker than they would normally, and acting in possibly risky and unsafe ways. Secondly, a sizable percentage of people do not plan for a designated driver prior to a night out, so the person who drives the car home is simply the person who seems least drunk at the time. With people on red bull vodkas feeling a lot less drunk than they actually are, this may lead to more intoxicated people behind the wheel.
Mixing red bull and vodka has gained popularity over the years as a popular drink for the younger crowd, which makes the false sense of intoxication even more dangerous because inexperienced drivers and even minors could end up behind the wheel. Parents and community members should be aware of the risks that come with drinking Red Bull Vodkas and act accordingly. If you are out at a bar with some friends and you notice one of your friends is continuously getting red bull vodka refills, advise them to switch drinks or stop drinking all together. If the problem is deeper and a friend, loved one, or family member might have a problem with alcohol and red bull vodka is a trigger for them, counseling or rehab might be the safest option.
People who struggle with alcohol problems and are looking for help should look no further than Seabrook House. Finding the right treatment center can make all the difference for a patient because certain standard programs may not work. At Seabrook House, patients can take comfort in knowing that we structure individually inspired alcoholism and drug detox and rehab programs in order to fit the needs of each unique patient. Seabrook House has rehab facilities located in New Jersey (NJ) and Pennsylvania (PA) and also an outpatient office in New York (NY). If you drink red bull vodkas as a part of an uncontrollable alcohol problem, then consult the expert team at Seabrook House today.