As it turns out…social drinking may be good for your health!
What is social drinking?
The dictionary definition describes social drinking as a person who drinks alcoholic beverages usually in the company of others, and that is in control of his or her drinking.
It is accepted as a legitimate way to celebrate special occasions or just to relax after a hard day at work. Drinking in moderation is commonly viewed as a harmless activity, and since people tend to feel more relaxed after a couple of drinks and a bit less self-conscious, alcohol is often described as a social lubricant. This is why social drinking has been so popular for thousands of years!
Social drinking can bring you health benefits
A study by Professor David J. Hanson, Ph.D. of the Sociology Department at the State University of New York in Potsdam, indicates that “moderate drinking may be good for your health”.
Moderate drinkers tend to have better health and live longer than those who are either abstainers or heavy drinkers. In addition to having fewer heart attacks and strokes, moderate consumers of alcoholic beverages (beer, wine and distilled spirits or liquor) are generally less likely to suffer strokes, diabetes, arthritis, enlarged prostate, dementia (including Alzheimer’s disease), and several major cancers.
Even the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) has reported that moderate drinkers have the greatest longevity.
See you tonight at the Front Porch: the Hottest Social Bar in Denver
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