5. True or False? Caffeinated drinks negatively affect children’s behavior.
False. Kids do not get overly excited if they consume coke in moderation. Children should not be allowed to consume more than one serving of soda, tea or coffee per day. What doctors are worried about is the amount of empty calories in energy drinks and sodas that sugar provides. Lately it has been proved that teens diagnosed with ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder) can find caffeine helpful in solving the related problems since this substance sharpens and stimulates children’s reaction and focus.