Moderate drinking is good for health

Moderate drinking is good for health

According to a US study, the overall mental state and behavioral ability of moderately drinking elderly people are less than those of non-drinkers.

  A new study suggests that the proportion of older men and women who never drink alcohol, with a small or moderate amount of alcohol, is less likely to decline.

The results of this study suggest that small or moderate drinking helps maintain the cognitive capacity of older people.

  Prior to this, some studies have found that small or moderate drinking has potential drawbacks.

A recent study also found that for older women over the age of 70, drinking a drink a week is slower than a mental decline in a non-drinker.

Other studies have also suggested that drinking is good for heart health, especially red wine.

  In this seven-year follow-up survey, researchers at the US Federal State Psychiatric Hospital conducted a survey of 1,000 residents over the age of 65 living in southwestern Pennsylvania.

Before the investigation began, these people did not suffer from Alzheimer’s disease.

The researchers divided the elderly into three groups: non-drinkers, few drinkers (one or most per month), and moderate drinkers (more than once a month).

  At the beginning of the study and during the study, the researchers evaluated their intellectual function every 2 years.

The results of the study showed that older people who seldom drank alcohol and moderate alcohol consumption scored less on their overall intelligence, behavioral and mental effects on motor nerves than those who did not.

  The researchers said the original purpose of the study was to understand the relationship between alcohol intake and old age intelligence.

Although many studies have suggested that drinking has a certain flaw in the balance and function of the human brain, it does not want people to rely on heavy drinking to keep the brain healthy.