GEMS World Academy in Dubai recently issued a circular to parents alerting them to the potential health risks associated with children consuming Prime Energy drinks.
Highlighting Health Risks of Energy Drinks
The circular highlighted various health issues that could arise from the consumption of these beverages, including increased heart rate, high blood pressure, dehydration, sleep disturbances, anxiety, and even the possibility of addiction.
School’s New Policy
In response to these health concerns, GEMS World Academy has implemented a policy that prohibits students from buying or selling Prime or any other products on the school premises.
Prime’s Product Line and Popularity
Prime has two beverages in its product line: Prime Energy and Prime Hydration. The former is explicitly mentioned as unsuitable for individuals under 18 years of age. In contrast, Prime Hydration is described as suitable for children and is intended for muscle recovery and electrolyte replacement.
- GEMS World Academy in Dubai alerts parents to the potential health risks associated with children consuming Prime Energy drinks.
- Health problems cited include increased heart rate, high blood pressure, dehydration, sleep disturbances, anxiety, and the potential for addiction.
- The school has implemented a policy prohibiting the sale and purchase of Prime products on its premises.
- Prime Energy is deemed unsuitable for individuals under 18 years old, while Prime Hydration is suitable for children and aids muscle recovery and electrolyte replacement.