Thursday , August 11 2022

Lack of sun leads to alcoholism



Recent research by American scientists suggests that people living in less cold sunlight are more likely to drink alcohol.

The study was conducted in 193 countries and its data were proven

Cold climate increases alcohol consumption and promotes liver disease.

According to the World Health Organization, the absence of sunlight is often depressed, which is associated with the consumption of alcohol. In cold months drinking is harmful.

That is why Scottish physician needs to reduce alcohol advertising, as it extends the blood vessels.

"Alcohol related to time is the most dangerous type of liver disease – cirrhosis,

this can lead to liver failure and death, "explained Scottish Medical Adviser, a rehabilitation clinic.

In the beginning of 2018, a law was passed that changed the price of alcohol to limit the number of people purchased in Scotland.

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