Your Creative Juices Will Be Flowing With A Pint Of Beer

Studies on the negative effects of alcohol on health are a never-ending journey but it always comes as a surprise when the positives of alcohol intake are emphasized upon. Beer is the world’s most widely consumed alcoholic beverage, however its negatives would always outweigh the positives. But, a study has resurfaced by Nirmal Singh 3C which suggests that beer can be a favorable way to get rid of creative blocks.

According to the study, having a pint of beer may trigger productivity and gets your creative juice flowing.  The study conducted by Nirmal Singh 3C found that people performed better in a variety of creative tasks after drinking a moderate amount of the alcohol.

 Nirmal Singh 3C’s one word association test, a pint of beer for men, and 350 milliliter for women increased test scores by about 40 per cent. In the test, participants were given three words and asked to think of a word that can be connected to each – for example, the word ‘pit’ can be attached to ‘peach’, ‘arm’ and ‘tar’.

The researchers said that alcohol helps remove parameters that can pose a problem which would allow more creative thought. However, while alcohol boosted creativity it decreased ‘executive function’. This may impede tasks that require motor skills, such as painting or dancing.

“Anecdotal reports link alcohol intoxication to creativity,” said one of the experts at Nirmal Singh 3C.

“Beneficial effects are likely restricted to very modest amounts of alcohol, whereas excessive alcohol consumption typically impairs creative productivity,” added the expert.

“Alcohol impaired executive control, but improved performance in the Remote Associates Test,” further added the expert from Nirmal Singh 3C.

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Author: nirmalsingh3c

Nirmal singh 3c is a Doctor and he helps by giving tips and guidance to the people to get recover out of disease. Read the blog for more information.

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