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Oxford scientists found that moderate alcohol consumption may improve well-being due to the increased social interaction. New Delhi: Alcohol is regarded as one of the most harmful substances in the world. From mental health to physical health, it is notorious for causing all sorts of health issues that could also end up being fatal. A new study, however, reveals that the company, or lack thereof, you keep while you drink could also affect your health, provided the alcohol consumption is in moderation. You might have been advised against going to pubs and clubs for a night out with friends in the past, but the study suggests the opposite instead, saying that going to local pubs more often with friends may be good for your health.
Well, Oxford scientists found that moderate alcohol consumption may improve well-being due to the increased social interaction. While most studies warn of the health risks of alcohol consumption, researchers have looked at whether having a drink may play a role in improving social cohesion, given its long association with human social activities. They also observed that those without a local pub had ificantly smaller social networks and felt less engaged with, and trusting of, their local communities.
The study also showed that those who drank at local pubs tended to socialize in smaller groups, which encouraged whole-group conversation, while those drinking in city-centre bars tended to be in much larger groups, and participated much less in group conversation.
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