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Pre-workout supplements are designed to enhance athletic performance by increasing energy, focus, and endurance. However, they often contain high levels of caffeine and other stimulants, which can cause negative side effects such as rapid heartbeat, jitters, and anxiety. If used correctly, pre-workout supplements can be safe and effective. However, improper use or overuse can lead to serious health problems such as dehydration, high blood pressure, and even heart attack. It’s important to use these supplements in moderation and according to their instructions. Additionally, individuals with certain health conditions should avoid pre-workout supplements altogether or consult with a healthcare professional before use. The Nutrition Bay
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