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Recalling events and enjoying a drink a day are just one of it!
A daily pint of beer or glass of wine can ward off dementia, according to a new study.
Researchers found pensioners who enjoy a daily drop of their favourite alcoholic beverage have better memories than teetotallers.
The study showed those over 60 who drank sensibly were better at recalling events, and had more grey matter in the hippocampus, the area of the brain which controls memory.
Earlier animal experiments have found alcohol helps boost the number of nerve cells in this area of the brain which may account for the phenomenon.
Scientists also believe exposing the brain to moderate amounts of alcohol may increase the release of chemicals involved with cognitive functions, or information processing.
Researchers analysed data from patients across the U.S. who were part of the Framingham Heart Study Offspring Cohort.
They underwent medical examinations – including brain scans and blood tests – for risk of Alzheimer’s disease, and were also asked about their drinking habits.
A series of mental tests then showed while responsible drinkers had better ‘episodic memory’ – the ability to remember specific events – there was no evidence to suggest overall intelligence was improved by a regular glass of wine.
Dr Brian Downer, of the University of Texas, said: ‘There were no significant differences in cognitive functioning and regional brain volumes during late life according to reported midlife alcohol consumption status.
‘This may be due to the fact that adults who are able to continue consuming alcohol into old age are healthier, and therefore have higher cognition and larger regional brain volumes, than people who had to decrease their alcohol consumption due to unfavourable health outcomes.’
The researchers said that while the potential mental benefits of moderate alcohol consumption later in life have been consistently reported, binge drinking is known to harm the brain.
Five years ago another U.S. study also found older people who drink moderate amounts of alcohol may have a lower risk of dementia.
Researchers discovered people who consumed between eight and 14 alcoholic drinks a week were 37 per cent less likely to develop the disease than the general population, while the risk doubled for those who consumed more than that amount.