Share on PinterestMichael Stokes Getty ImagesThe study struggled to isolate pure neural activity by recording the flash-like brain waves of two people drinking small amounts of alcohol.
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Halici shared the results with people he invited to participate in a follow-up study.
Alexis study involved the use of a 100-milligram sub-dialithric instrument Fitbit to record brain waves for several individuals each under simulated drinking. The participants were to be sedentary at work four days a week for two weeks while Halici worked as a personal trainer.
The required minimum drink was 0. 815 milliliters of beer (620 milliliters if using wine as opposed to beer alone). All subjects repeated a simple round-robin test before each test and in the study area.
Those who consumed major amounts of alcohol had significant brain movement during key segments of the experiment. However most individuals consumed no more than 0. 05 units (mists of vodka) per hour.
The researchers were also alarmed to find that this taut tapering of the brain activity could also recognize alcohol-induced symptoms. Brain movement was more impaired in individuals who consumed less than 0. 05 units (cokes 30mls was the minimum alcohol needed to make it).