According to scientific studies, the consumption of a single alcoholic drink, especially red wine will make you more attractive physically.

This is something that has been known for years, but in reverse. Known as beer goggles, alcohol is supposed to make other people appear more attractive.

However according to new studies the alcohol may actually improve the consumer also.

 

Why & How Does This Happen?

It sounds strange until you look at how it changes someone, then it suddenly makes perfect sense.

A single drink of alcohol does three distinct things to the consumer.

  • Relaxes their facial muscles by lowering stress
  • Dilates their pupils giving their eyes more color
  • Flushes the cheeks adding an element of health to the consumer

With this evidence it’s easy to see how a single alcoholic drink could improve someone’s looks.

However, as we all know the effects don’t amplify with the more you consume.

After the first drink, the face begins to relax too much, including most importantly the eyelids which give the impression of tiredness.

Your posture also begins to deteriorate gradually, even if you’re a heavy drinker these effects can occur on a minor scale once that second drink hits your tongue and you won’t even notice. Hence why so many people think they look great on the dance-floor, yet everyone around them is shaking their head.

 

Attractive Vs Good Time

This gives consumers a difficult decision. Stop at 1 and appear more attractive, or take the risk that you look good enough already and exchange that for a great night.

We all know what the wise decision is, but sometimes you get that taste for liquor and the night gets away from you.

According to scientific studies, the consumption of a single alcoholic drink, especially red wine will make you more attractive physically.

This is something that has been known for years, but in reverse. Known as beer goggles, alcohol is supposed to make other people appear more attractive.

However according to new studies the alcohol may actually improve the consumer also.

 

Why & How Does This Happen?

It sounds strange until you look at how it changes someone, then it suddenly makes perfect sense.

A single drink of alcohol does three distinct things to the consumer.

  • Relaxes their facial muscles by lowering stress
  • Dilates their pupils giving their eyes more color
  • Flushes the cheeks adding an element of health to the consumer

With this evidence it's easy to see how a single alcoholic drink could improve someone's looks.

However, as we all know the effects don't amplify with the more you consume.

After the first drink, the face begins to relax too much, including most importantly the eyelids which give the impression of tiredness.

Your posture also begins to deteriorate gradually, even if you're a heavy drinker these effects can occur on a minor scale once that second drink hits your tongue and you won't even notice. Hence why so many people think they look great on the dance-floor, yet everyone around them is shaking their head.

 

Attractive Vs Good Time

This gives consumers a difficult decision. Stop at 1 and appear more attractive, or take the risk that you look good enough already and exchange that for a great night.

We all know what the wise decision is, but sometimes you get that taste for liquor and the night gets away from you.