A new study by American scientists argues that people living in colder cooler areas are more likely to drink more alcohol.
The study was carried out in 193 countries and its data proves that
the cold climate contributes to increased alcohol use and more liver disease.
According to the World Health Organization, the lack of sunlight increases the risk of low depression, which is often associated with alcohol consumption. In the cold months the use of ghosts is more damaging.
That is why the Scottish doctor insists on reducing alcohol advertising in the winter because it extends blood vessels.
"Time-related alcohol consumption is directly related to the chance of developing the most dangerous type of liver disease,
which ultimately can lead to the failure and death of the liver, "explained a medical advisor in a rehabilitation clinic in Scotland.
At the beginning of 2018, law enacted in Scotland made changes to alcohol pricing in order to limit the amounts that people buy.