Shy people are more likely to suffer anxiety during a hangover: study

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Dec 7, 2018, 4:32 pm IST
Updated Dec 7, 2018, 4:32 pm IST
Researchers also found that consuming six units of alcohol can help shy people cut down inhibitions.
Scientists said that people need to accept being shy and understand that there’s nothing wrong with being quiet (Photo: AFP)
 Scientists said that people need to accept being shy and understand that there’s nothing wrong with being quiet (Photo: AFP)

Hangovers after a night of drinking are difficult to handle and anxiety along with it can make things worse. While being shy isn’t anything unusual, many people use different ways to lose inhibitions and socialise more.

Findings of a recent study suggest that shy people become more anxious when they have a hangover after heavy drinking. Researchers also found that consuming six units of alcohol can help shy people cut down inhibitions.

 

People who drink in order to bring down anxiety face a rebound effect the next day which may be the reason behind increased hangxiety. Scientists said that people need to accept being shy and understand that there’s nothing wrong with being quiet.

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