The science behind energy drinks is well-known and has been researched for decades.
Now, researchers are adding a twist to the story.
Researchers from the University of Bristol have developed a new energy drink that boosts brain power in a test using mice.
The new energy drinks work by making a small amount of the human brain more active, and by doing so, scientists are able to increase the amount of energy the brain is able to store.
The energy drink has a sweet taste that is similar to that of energy bars, but it has a different chemical composition and is made from non-biodegradable polymers that are able with the right amounts of nutrients to increase energy.
The energy drink is known as the Neuroenhancement Energy Drink.
Researchers believe it has some promise for people with energy problems, as well as for people who have difficulty regulating their energy levels.
The researchers say they are not sure how the energy drink works in humans, but they believe the combination of two chemicals will give the brain more energy.
This energy drink contains more than 5,000mg of caffeine, which is enough to boost energy levels up to about 5,400mJ per day.
The team says they tested this energy drink in mice and found it could increase energy levels by about 1.5-2.0% over a five-day period.
They also found that the energy drinks increased the amount the mice could perform a complex task, such as learning, which can be important for people in need of a boost.
“It was surprising to find that energy drinks could increase performance in the brain and not increase glucose,” said lead researcher Professor Robert E. Pritchard, from the School of Biological Sciences.
“There are many possible explanations for this and there is some evidence to suggest that the two chemicals may be synergistic.”
The team also discovered that a combination of the two could lead to improvements in cognition.
They found that a mix of caffeine and the Neurohancement energy drink helped the mice perform better than a control group that received either sugar or no caffeine.
“The energy drinks were shown to have some effect on memory, but not the brain, which means that the combination might not be good for people,” Professor Pritard said.
“Caffeine may be the one thing we can’t do to boost our cognitive function, but this combination is promising.”
Dr Pritcher said the results could help people with low energy levels to improve their performance.
“This combination is a promising new energy supplement that is easy to take up and take on a daily basis,” he said.
The research is published in the journal Nature Neuroscience.