What's more, spirit drinkers were also the most likely to feel confident (59%), energised (58%) or sexy (42%). Illness and tearfulness came in at 19.29 percent and 17.10 percent - low compared to spirits.
Spirits were the least likely to be associated with feeling relaxed, with just 20 per cent saying it helped them to unwind. On the other hand, intake of higher concentration alcoholic drinks will trigger all kinds of emotions in the minds of females, except the feel of aggression. And the results were based on answers of 30,000 participants who consumed beer, red and white wine.
Drinking spirits was also more likely to draw out negative feelings than all the other types of alcohol.
Women were more likely to report all emotions - other than aggression - when drinking alcohol. "Overall 29.8% of respondents reported feeling aggressive when drinking spirits, compared with only 7.1% when drinking red wine", wrote the researchers in the final report. But it's important not to let the myths get in the way of the facts. More than 40 percent ticked "sexy" on the survey.
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A study by Bangor University which examined different emotional responses to alcohol, has found that wine relaxes you, vodka and whisky can make you more aggressive and beer boosts your confidence. A study into drink and emotions included more than 30,000 people. It was published in the peer-reviewed medical journal BMJ Open, which is free to read online.
Research has found that different types of alcohol have different effects on personality. "This study highlights the importance of understanding why people choose to drink certain alcoholic drinks and what effect they expect these drinks will have on them", UK charity Drinkaware's John Larsen tells HuffPost UK. It also asked how often people drank, and which drinks they chose in different settings.
They speculate that people's emotions are also likely to be affected by their mood before drinking, the speed and quantity of alcohol they drank, mixed drinks and activities such as dancing and socialising.
Krakower, though, doesn't think that will help folks who are dependent on alcohol.
Furthermore, the study does point out some of its limitations: We don't know, for example, how much of the effects were due to the drinks themselves versus the contexts in which the drinks were consumed (did social situations change anything?), or whether someone's expectations of what would happen to them when they drank a specific beverage had anything to do with what they felt after drinking it. Although these are part of the difference in taste between drinks, little consideration has been given to what other affects they may have on the drinker.