... several people, myself included, who quickly became literally addicted to Red Bull®. Is it possible this is the cause? I drink coffee and/or tea and soda, so I know personally it is not the caffeine or sugar. Also, I've drank Amp®, 5 Hour Energy®, and Mt. Dew® energy drinks. I've NEVER felt addicted in any way to these. I tried Red Bull® because I needed to see for myself if it was truly addictive. It is VERY addictive. I am on meds for bipolar, depression, and anxiety. I'm also anemic. Somehow I do not think this is safe for me, and I see no reason it should be in a beverage without warning because to many have been hospitalized, and I'm wondering now if a reaction to inositol is the true cause. Any ideas, anyone? Thanks Phoenix
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