Why do people drink beer instead of alcohol?

Some historians have suggested that people in the Middle Ages drank beer instead of water because, however, water was not considered safe to drink. A regular serving of beer while watching a soccer game or enjoying time with friends can be enjoyable for many people. However, when people drink more than the recommended limit and show symptoms of dependence on beer, it can be extremely hazardous to their health. The rich could have their own pipes, while most people bought buckets of water supplied by water carriers (cobs).

According to previous research, sex, age, the consumption of alcohol by friends, and the social and coping motives of alcohol consumption had major major effects on the alcohol consumption of social drinkers. However, drinking to the point of getting drunk or drinking too often negates these benefits, so “I want to be more creative” or “I want to have a better memory” won't justify drinking too much beer. More specifically, it was hypothesized that, for people who reported drinking alcohol to cope with stress, alcohol consumption would be higher if stress levels were high rather than low. Table 2 shows the ethnic differences found in alcohol consumption and the reasons for drinking alcohol.

The hypotheses of this study would be tested more directly in a prospective study in which changes in stress, social influences, and reasons for drinking alcohol could be used to predict changes in alcohol consumption at a later time. Men also reported that both survival and social reasons for drinking were more important to them than women. Beer may not have been a substitute for water, but it was considered a more nutritious alternative to water. Anyone who drinks beer will eventually succumb to a beer belly, as beer contains calories, on average around 200 per pint.

The “encourage and “forget” elements of the survival scale and “sociable”, people who knew, and “celebrate” of the sociability scale were similar to the elements used by Cahalan et al. One is that hops, which also flavor beer, contain high levels of plant estrogen, which is a female hormone. In addition, people who drink excessively tend to have poorer diets and lack nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables. And, as a woman, I began to wonder what would happen to beer to generate such intense loyalty and enthusiasm among some men, that they might be as passionate about their “beer” as they are about their sports teams.

For example, Brown (198) found that university students' problematic alcohol consumption was related to expectations of reduced tension, while frequent alcohol consumption was related to the expectation of physical and social pleasure. Ideally, alcohol consumption, reasons for drinking and environmental circumstances should refer to the same specific fact (see as described in the previous section on demographic factors, age and ethnicity related to the consumption of alcohol in interaction with motives for drinking).

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