But spirits were more likely to elicit some positive feelings than either beer or wine. Nearly one in three (30 per cent) spirit drinkers found that it made them more aggressive, compared to just 2.5 per cent of red or white wine drinkers and 7 per cent of beer drinkers saying the same. White wine, unlike red, activates very mixed emotions, from the bright and positive to negative and even aggressive. They may also be consumed in different social occasions so people may 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. As it turns out, having a beer or a glass of wine does tend to make you feel more relaxed. It could be, for example, that people drank spirits while out dancing, which might make them feel energised, and drank red wine at home watching TV, when they were exhausted. Spirits were also the least likely to be associated with feeling relaxed, with just 20 per cent of people claiming drinks like gin, vodka and whiskey calmed them down.
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Professor Mark Bellis of Bangor University, who is also Public Health Wales' director of policy, research and global development, said: "For centuries, the history of rum, gin, vodka and other spirits has been laced with violence".
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A group of British psychologists conducted a study on the relationship between the type of alcoholic beverage and the resulting emotions. "This can result in a quicker stimulating effect as blood alcohol levels increase", Bellis was quoted as saying by "The Telegraph". On the other hand, intake of higher concentration alcoholic drinks will trigger all kinds of emotions in the minds of females, except the feel of aggression.
ResearchGate: What motivated you to study differences in emotional responses to different types of alcohol? . More than 40 percent ticked "sexy" on the survey.
Various factors may influence people's associations with alcoholic beverages, the authors said. It may be due to the nature of the drink, such as different ingredients, alcohol content, and the amounts consumed.
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Of course, why people drink isn't only based on the emotion they associate with the drink. Rum, Vodka and Gin were strongly associated with feelings of aggression, illness, sadness and restlessness. The exception was aggression, which was more commonly reported by men (36.97% of men compared to 31.27% of women).
It also suggested that the likelihood of a person feeling aggressive after drinking was increased among people who had a higher dependancy on alcohol. This was most striking with aggression - those who showed signs of alcohol dependence were six times more likely to say they felt aggression while drinking (adjusted odds ratio 6.41, 95% CI 5.79 to 7.09).
This study is useful in that it can help health campaigners understand why people choose a type of alcohol in a certain situation.
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