New York, NY, January 18, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- WikiTrend.org is seeing a huge variety in the number of products available that offer an increase in energy. For decades, the only source of caffeine was a cup of coffee. Then, about a decade ago, energy drinks started to flood the market. Now, as demand remains high, caffeine is being placed in a variety of products.
“The need for caffeine is higher than ever,” a WikiTrend.org spokesperson said. “People are trying to fit more and more into their everyday lives, and that takes an amount of energy that the human body cannot always produce naturally.”
Caffeine boosters are being added to a large variety of products. Energy gels can be slurped down for a boost, while gum can be chewed for the same result. Energy sprays can simply be splashed into ones mouth, and caffeine-infused sprinkles can be added to any food for an increase. But the ideas do not stop there. There is caffeine-infused soap that helps wake up the body as it is run over the skin. There is also an electronic cigarette that offers a bump in energy while it is being smoked.
“This trend is a reflection of a cultural attitude,” the spokesperson said. “It has become an acceptable act to forgo sleep in the name of progress. Now, people want to receive their energy in stylish, less traditional ways.”
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