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However, the health effects associated with consuming it are more serious than you think. Headaches, cravings, mood swings and more are the results of drinking diet soda too frequently. Here are some facts about the health risks of diet soft drinks that might make you rethink your beverage of choice. Many diet sodas are sweetened with aspartame, an artificial sweetener that is sweeter than sugar. Some studies have linked the sweeteners in diet soda to headaches, suggesting they might trigger the pain. Studies have also shown that people who consume foods with artificial sweeteners are more likely to shun healthier food options for other artificially flavored food. Diet soda can dry out your skin, making you more prone to acne and dark circles.
You may think you’re doing yourself a favor by opting for an ice-cold diet soda every afternoon instead of the sugar-sweetened version and all the calories that go with it. Not so fast: recent research suggests that diet sodas may also lead to problems. In a study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, researchers found that people who drank diet sodas daily were at a higher risk for vascular events, such as heart attack and stroke, compared with those who drank fewer diet sodas or even those who drank regular sugar-sweetened sodas. The results of the study do not necessarily mean that drinking diet sodas causes vascular disease. Rather, the study suggests people who drink diet sodas may also be consuming other foods and drinks that contain lots of sweet but empty calories. Drinking diet beverages may “condition the human taste buds to crave very sweet foods,” says Dr. Rimm says that people who drink sodas of any kind tend to have a sweet tooth. So the diet sodas don’t give you calories, but the sweet tooth they cause can lead you to eat and drink other foods that have plenty of calories.