Not going to lie: I'd be interested to see how the effect these boozy drinks have on your emotions measures up against that study from a few years ago that found there were four types of "drunk personalities."
"This gap can be a concern, particularly with exploitation by the alcohol industry with advertising focused on pushing the positive emotions associated with alcohol use without outlining the negatives which go alongside them". These negative mood swings impact some people more than others.
"For centuries, the history of rum, gin, vodka and other spirits has been laced with violence".
This study collected data from a huge number of people. Some of the questions were that how do they feel when certain types of alcoholic beverages hit them. The percentages are all low to mid-range, with very similar scores to red wine in terms of confidence (28.27 percent), sexiness (23.73 percent), aggressiveness (2.74 percent), illness (14.50 percent) and restlessness (6.43 percent). It helped to guess the mindset of the person drinking. It was even tearful for some people.
Global survey on this topic was conducted by online research, which helped to know the opinion of tens of thousands of respondents.
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The response of the participants showed that there was a huge variation that was going on inside their bodies.
"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 study explained that the youngest age group to drink was between 18 to 24 years of the users.
But Professor Bellis said the way people drink it is partly responsible for the different emotional responses. They were six times more likely to feel aggressive after drinking and also were more likely to feel exhausted or tearful. People may also be drinking them deliberately to feel the drunken effect quickly, while other types of drink are more likely to be consumed slowly or with food.
Furthermore, the study does point out some of its limitations: We don't know, for example, how much of the effects were due to the drinks themselves versus the contexts in which the drinks were consumed (did social situations change anything?), or whether someone's expectations of what would happen to them when they drank a specific beverage had anything to do with what they felt after drinking it. Drinking spirits was linked to feelings of aggression and restlessness - but also gave people a boost of energy and confidence. "This was evident particularly among heavier drinkers". They believe that alcohol will bring all these good things for them.
The only emotional response that spirits didn't score highest for was being relaxed; if you're looking to unwind, you're better off with red wine or beer, both of which scored much higher in this area (52% and 49% respectively).