Anderson was feeling sluggish after school and decided to drink an energy drink so I can focus on his homework. It didn't seem to help, so you drink another. Which of these statements best describes his decision making process?
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He used to help healthy strategy to improve his concentration
He looked for a quick fix to the problem he may face again in the future
He needed a bigger piece of chicken in the second drink was a good choice
He understood the response associated with consuming high caffeinated drinks
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I thought it was the one that said a quick fix, but I'm not sure. I thought it was the second one because he hadn't really thought in depth about how the energy drink will affect his health and himself
An energy drink is considered a quick fix to a problem and most people continue to drink them because they normally hit a wall after a little bit because they are right back at where they started or are worse