Frequently Asked Questions
What is 5-hour ENERGY®?
5-hour ENERGY® is a liquid energy shot that can help you feel energized and alert for hours. It contains a special blend of essential B-vitamins, amino acids and nutrients – all with zero sugar or herbal stimulants and four calories.
How much caffeine is in a 5-hour ENERGY® shot?
Original 5-hour ENERGY® shots contain about as much caffeine as a cup of the leading premium coffee.
Extra Strength 5-hour ENERGY® shots contain about as much caffeine as 12 ounces of the leading premium coffee.
Are you sensitive to caffeine? Our Decaf 5-hour ENERGY® shots are the only great-tasting, caffeine free energy shot for hard-working people with caffeine sensitivity. Our Decaf energy shots contain as much caffeine as a half cup of decaffeinated coffee.
What are the best times to take a 5-hour ENERGY® shot?
The simple answer is “when you’re tired.” Of course depending on your lifestyle, here are some ideas of when you may want to take a 5-hour ENERGY® shot:
When You Get Up: Not a morning person? Is coffee not doing it for you anymore? Try waking up and taking a 5-hour ENERGY® shot. It’s a great way to start your day off feeling alert and energized.
After Lunch: Tired of that 2:30 feeling®? You’re not alone. In fact, research shows that more than 70 percent of us hit the wall after lunch. Let a 5-hour ENERGY® shot help you leap over that wall instead of crashing into it.
Before Your Workout: Want to get in shape but having trouble staying motivated? Make 5-hour ENERGY® part of your healthy lifestyle and get the energy boost you need to get fit.
During Sports: Get in the zone and stay there longer with 5-hour ENERGY®’s combination of energy, clarity and alertness.
When Traveling: Anyone who travels frequently knows how tiring it can be. Whether you’re on business or on vacation, a 5-hour ENERGY® shot can help you stay alert and energized wherever you may be headed.
On Weekends: Weekends can be busy. So grab a 5-hour ENERGY® shot when you’re “on the go” and get the boost you need to tackle your “to-do” list.