Sometimes, not even an energy drink is enough to keep you awake — especially when there’s alcohol involved.
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The humorous image of some partygoers falling asleep with all their clothes on after a night of drinking is evidence of the fact that alcohol has a tendency to cause drowsiness or sleep.
College students looking to party late into the night mix alcohol with energy drinks to fight alcohol’s soporific effects. However, even though they’re wide awake and not succumbing to the soporific alcohol, they need to remember that they’re still impaired.
The soporific-Energy Drinks Vocablet highlights the trend of partygoers to mix booze with energy drinks in hopes of dancing till the sun comes up.
Some say that warm milk also has soporific effects. What other foods or beverages can you think of that could be called soporific?
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