There is a saying: Everything has its evil side. I think we have come to a time when we can say from the scientific discoveries that every evil thing has its good side as well. I say that because latest studies showed that moderate drinking of wine improves your cognitive functions, and this is effective especially for women, according to the study report.
I found this news on the newsfeed of TIME. TIME noted, according to the report, women who didn’t drink had lower cognitive abilities than those who did. The report also said that over the last three decades, over 60 times such studies have been conducted to see whether moderate drinking has any effect on cognitive ability. Interestingly, most of the studies had a positive report on this showing moderate drinking does effect cognitive ability.
While this finding of the beneficial side of drinking should not spark a craze of drinking wine insanely among teenage people, it is also a controversial matter whether or not we should encourage people, especially women, to develop a habit of moderate drinking. Because drinking may make one smarter, but the report specified ‘moderate’ drinking does that. What is difficult for anyone willing to drink moderately and be smarter is drinking ‘moderately’. So, at this moment, I think we should not begin drinking immediately.
Where I find this report comes into benefit is if we go to some party and are offered to drink, we may accept and drink until it crosses the limit of ‘moderation’. This does not harm, if you trust the reports that have been done over the last three decades.
Source: Newsfeed of TIME.
What’s ringing on your mind? Instead of thinking, why not tell me about it in the comment field below and start a discussion? Will you advise your spouse, girlfriend, daughter or sister for moderate drinking?