A new study by American scientists says that people living in colder areas with less sunlight are more likely to drink more alcohol.
The study was conducted in 193 countries and its evidence is proven
a cold climate contributes to increased alcohol use and other liver diseases.
According to the World Health Organization, the lack of sunlight increases the risk of depression, which is often associated with drinking alcohol. During cold months, alcohol use is far more damaging.
This is why the Scottish doctor insists on reducing alcohol advertising in the winter because it expands blood vessels.
"Time-related alcohol consumption is directly related to our chances of developing the most dangerous form of liver disease – cirrhosis,
which in the end may lead to liver failure and death, "the medical counselor explained at a Rehab Clinic in Scotland.
At the beginning of 2018, a law was introduced in Scotland that made changes in alcohol prices to limit the amount people buy.