After my experience (I am Romanian) nothing specific; all the foods and drinks possible.
It depends on your age, gender, weight, tolerance, genetics, amount of alcohol in the drinks consumed, and experience. Sometimes nothing, other times the person is completely wasted.
The number of drinks consumed before impairment occurs depends on many factors. These include the time period during which time the drinks are consumed, the drinker's gender. the drinker's size, the drinker's body mass index, and the drinker's experience with drinking alcohol.
On the assumption that alcoholic drinks are 'hard' drinks. So non-alcoholic drinks are soft drinks.
still drinks are non fizzy drinks.
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Soft drinks are soda-based drinks which do not contain alcohol or its components... thus it is also called a non-alcoholic drink. Alcoholic drinks are alcohol-based drinks... also known as hard drinks.
Energy drinks give you extra caffeine, so it can affect your sleeping patterns. Most recommend that you drink energy drinks earlier in the day so the caffeine will wear off before you're ready to go to bed. Those who drink energy drinks later in the day can experience a change in their sleeping habits.
I have a couple drinks a day and have been taking orlistat for weeks with no problem. Just note I'm not a doctor. This is just from personal experience.
bottle drinks are said to cause cavities so caned drinks are better