Why a tipple on a night out on the tiles raises spirits

Why a tipple on a night out on the tiles raises spirits

Why a tipple on a night out on the tiles raises spirits

But men were significantly more likely to associate feelings of aggression with all types of alcohol, as were those categorised as heavy or dependent drinkers, who were six times more likely to do so than low risk drinkers. But on the down side, they were also more strongly associated with feeling aggressive, ill, restless, and tearful. Researchers prepared a set of questionnaires to the participants, and it comprised of queries associated with the trigger of various types of feelings while drinking alcoholic beverages like beer, wine, white wine, and spirits.

"Such prices can encourage consumption at levels harmful to the health of the drinker and through violence and injuries also represent a risk to the people around them". About 30,000 people aged between 18 and 34 were asked about how drinking red or white wine, beer or spirits affected them, either drinking at home, or when out.

Co-author Professor Mark Bellis, who is also Public Health Wales' director of policy, research and worldwide development, said: "For centuries, the history of rum, gin, vodka and other spirits has been laced with violence".

In fact, new research has shown that spirits are the most likely alcohol type to spark a feelings of aggression with 30 per cent of people agreeing that these type of drinks provoke negative behaviour.

Bellis said that it makes sense that different types of drinks would work differently on the brain and emotions, given how alcohol levels vary. Scientists have found red wine is relaxing while spirits make people feel sexy and confident but more aggressive.

"Spirits are often consumed more quickly and contain much higher concentrations of alcohol".

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Its results showed that 58% of people who drink spirits said they felt energised, while just 7% of red wine drinkers reported feeling the same way, and 60% of them said they felt exhausted.

The findings come from a large new study which discovered that different types of alcohol elicit different emotional responses.

The researchers hoped that analyzing what emotions people associate with drinking would help them understand why people misuse alcohol and what drives people to drink certain alcoholic beverages.

It is worth also bearing in mind that there are compounds apart from alcohol in different drinks.

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Around a third of drinkers studied said they felt aggressive when drinking spirits, but over half said vodka, whisky, brandy and other hard drinks made them feel more confident.

"Pacing any type of alcohol consumption is important to retaining control and avoiding getting more inebriated than you can manage", he said. "Oh no", you might say, "I never drink tequila". Their observations, the scientists published in the edition of BMJ Open.

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