A case of acute suicidality following excessive caffeine intake.

  title={A case of acute suicidality following excessive caffeine intake.},
  author={Aleksandra Szpak and Danny Allen},
  journal={Journal of psychopharmacology},
  volume={26 11},
Energy and stimulant drinks which contain caffeine provide enlivening effects, reduce fatigue and improve concentration and endurance. However, consumers may also experience physical and psychological side effects as a result of excessive consumption of caffeine within these drinks. Caffeine is known to exacerbate or induce some psychiatric conditions such as anxiety, panic attacks, psychosis and mania. Here we discuss a case of acute suicidality following sleep deprivation after the excessive… CONTINUE READING
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