Alcohol drinking can be controlled by one if he or she focuses on the glass for having it, says a team of researchers from the School of Experimental Psychology at the University of Bristol.
People often complain about pacing while drinking beer as they tend to consume it faster at times. It is being affirmed that an easy way to achieve effective pacing has now been found. You can simply select the shape of glass and you would automatically notice a difference in the time you take a drink.
Nearly 160 social drinkers were recruited by the team for a study. The participants aged 18-40 years were all those having no alcoholism history, says the report.
One session asked them to either have lemonade from a straight or a curved beer flute or lager. It is being said that those who drank from straight glasses took 12 minutes approximately while the ones who chose curved glasses consumed their drinks merely in seven minutes. However, soft drink consumers were not affected by the kind of glass they selected.
Also, another session involving a computer task showing pictures of two glasses led the researchers to conclude that straight glasses containing alcoholic drinks make it easy for one to identify the amount as well as to slow their pace.
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