Infographic: from which alcohol do people feel more confident
Alcoholic drinks (also alcoholic drinks) - drinks containing ethanol (ethyl alcohol, alcohol). British scientists have found that beer, wine and stronger drinks affect the emotional state of a person in completely different ways. Quartz Magazine clearly depicted the results of the study.
About 30,000 respondents aged 18 to 34 from 21 countries participated in an online survey.
The respondents agreed that strong drinks (for example, liquors) temporarily give them vivacity and self-confidence. In addition, 42% of respondents say that after a couple of shots they feel more sexy .
Strong drinks give aggressiveness to others. More often than not, men admitted this. Another part of the respondents, having overturned a couple of glasses, starts to cry. Most (60%) feel tired due to red wine - however, 53% called this condition relaxed. From white wine it is much less likely to fall asleep, and beer also gives confidence and emancipation, survey participants said.
The respondents agreed that strong drinks (for example, liquors) temporarily give them vivacity and self-confidence. In addition, 42% of respondents say that after a couple of shots they feel more sexy.
Alcohol (from the Arabic. "Antimony" or from Turkic alaha gol - "fast lake", through Latin alcohol, in medieval Latin, this word denoted all sublimation products) - in Russian most often acts as a synonym for phrases ethyl alcohol (ethanol) and alcoholic beverages (i.e. beverages containing significant amounts of ethyl alcohol).
There are many varieties of spirits, but most of them are produced by fermentation. With regard to alcoholic beverages, there are regional preferences: for example, in Belgium beer is a favorite beverage, and in Japan they drink a lot of sake. Different religions have different attitudes to the use of alcohol: some (for example, Judaism) encourage its use, others (for example, Islam) completely forbid it.
In addition to drinking directly, alcoholic beverages are used for making cocktails and for cooking: in marinades, stews, fruit desserts and other dishes.
The concept of “alcoholic (alcoholic) products” is used in commodity science and in determining taxes and excise taxes on goods.
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