It's confirmed, different types of alcohol trigger different emotions in people


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The findings showed that men were significantly more likely to associate feelings of aggression with all types of alcohol, as were those categorised as heavy/dependent drinkers, who were six times more likely to do so than low risk drinkers. Spirits were also linked with restlessness and tearfulness, as well as aggression.

Almost a third (30 per cent) of spirit drinkers associated this tipple with feelings of aggression compared with around 2.5 per cent of red wine drinkers.

"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".

The survey asked about beer, hard liquor (or spirits), and red and white wine.

Professor Mark Bellis, Public Health Wales' director of policy, research and global development, says we should pay extra attention to spirits, which are associated with a rich history of violence.

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After examining anonymised responses to the world's largest online survey of legal and illicit drug and alcohol use among adults, researchers found that drinking spirits such as vodka, gin or rum appears to be more commonly associated with aggression than other drinks, 30 per cent of spirit drinkers reporting feeling aggressive after drinking spirits.

If you drink the hard stuff, you're much more likely to feel energized, confident, and sexy; those three emotions clocked in at 58.36 percent, 59.08 percent, and 42.42 percent, respectively.

Red wine induces lethargy more than white wine and 40 percent said drinking spirits made them feel sexy.

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

But spirits were more likely to elicit some positive feelings than either beer or wine. Men more often associated feelings of aggression with alcohol, according to the survey results.

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For people drinking white wine, the most common emotion was a feeling of relaxation, with a third of people saying they felt this way.

Meanwhile, red wine (53 per cent) and beer (50 per cent) were found to be the most relaxing alcoholic drinks. Their observations, the scientists published in the edition of BMJ Open.

Men and women also react differently to the same drinks.

Now, researchers in England have successfully completed analyzing the emotional outcome of a person while drinking different types of alcohols like beer, spirits, and wine in different environments like bars, pubs, and home. "As people get the kick from escalating alcohol levels, the same increases reduce the brain's ability to suppress impulsive feelings or to consider the consequences of acting on them". Rather, the researchers focused on the emotional associations with alcohol that may guide drinking preferences. Although these are part of the difference in taste between drinks, little consideration has been given to what other affects they may have on the drinker. "Someone who wants to relax might choose to have a beer or a glass of wine".

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