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The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of a caffeine-containing "energy drink" on postural stability. Twenty-three young adult participants stood on a balancemeasuring platform for two intervals of 30 seconds each, once with eyes open and once with eyes closed. Subjects performed the tasks before and 1 hour after consumption. Results showed no significant effect, either with eyes open or eyes closed, on movement of the body's center of pressure.
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Author(s): Ashlee Enriquez Jessica Sklaar Erik Viirre and Bradley Chase
caffeine, posture stability, vestibular function