According to a new study, people who live in colder climates with less sunshine tend to have a higher consumption of this.
The study found that people who live in cold climates with less sunshine have a higher rate of consuming alcohol. And the rate of consumption went up proportionally will the decrease in temperature and sunlight. In other words, for each degree colder or each minute less of sunlight, the alcohol consumption went up incrementally. This weekend is going to be cloudy and cold. Just FYI. Do you find you drink a little more in the winter?
– Dave O’Brien