Introduction to Public Speaking
Title: Don’t Drink Your Energy
Purpose Statement: To persuade people to not drink energy drinks Thesis Statement: Today I am here to persuade you not to drink energy drinks
I. We’ve all have probably had an energy drink at some point II. CNN Study shows 50% students, drink one to four a month
III. Many don’t pay attention or know short and long term effects IV. The concept of downing energy drinks among college students V. Thesis: Today I am here to persuade you to not drink energy drinks VI. Overview Problems ED pose, The cause of those problems, and solutions VII. Transition: Now lets take a look at the health issues energy drinks cause
a. Students using energy drinks as necessary part of day
b. Cause immediate or short term health issues
i. Tachycardia (increased heart rate)
iii. Gastrointestinal upset
iv. Chest pain
c. According to livestrong.com
i. Drinks contain 500mg of caffeine
ii. Toxic amount
iii. 14 cans of caffeinated soft drinks
d. Health issues may be felt immediately
e. Personal account felt effects first hand
i. Increased heart rate
ii. Upset stomach
f. Long-term health issues
g. According livestrong.com
iii. Weight gain
iv. Increased urination
vi. Other serious medical conditions
H. According to US National Library of Medicine
i. Caffeine dependency major problem
ii. Those addicted cannot function properly without it
I. According to NPR
i. Boost in Emergency Room visits
ii. People who don’t know have heart condition
iii. Exceeding their limit
iv. Mixing with other substances
Transition: We can now talk about why those health issues occur and why people consume energy drinks. II. Causes:
a. Two major cause of energy drinks being a problem
i. Content of drinks
ii. Being drank in an excessive manner...
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