As their name suggest, energy drinks are perceived to enhance an individual’s energy output level. Such empowerment may be mental or physical. The drinks that contain significant levels of stimulants have dominated markets and are currently consumed by children and adolescents. Lack of regulation on the drinks however raises concerns because the minors consume significant amounts of the drinks on a daily basis, despite the drinks associated side effects. This paper offers an argument that there should be an age limit on the energy drinks. The stimulating effect of the energy drinks that influences a person’s mental and physical potential towards rationale and behavior, and the rate at which the minority group is consuming the drinks, due to lack of age based restriction, raises social concerns on the type of generation that the society is currently raising. Some of the concerns are about the possible social impacts due to changed behavior that might develop in the end because of excessive and continuous consumption of the energy drinks. Other side effects of the drinks also identify threats to individuals’ physical and psychological stability that results in macro social factors. The main reason why there should be an age limit on energy drinks is, however, their addictive potential that is so effective on the young generation. This is because children, adolescents, and young adults are not psychologically mature and can be easily influenced.