Most of the medical experts say that by consuming one or two beers, people can really boost up their creative process. But few studies have revealed that a direct relationship exists between the childhood intelligence and rate at which an adult child consumes alcohol.
The infographic reveals that at the age of 16, the adult with IQ score of less than 75 would be categorized as a ‘very dull’ person and the individual with IQ score of above 125 is considered to be a ‘very bright’ person.
This extremely impressive infographic depicts that in United States, the effects of binge drinking would cost the country an economic loss of $223 billion annually and on an average, a male drinker in United States consumes 5.3 gallons of pure alcohol and yearly over 2.25 gallons of pure alcohol is consumed by a female drinker.
A study has clearly disclosed that intelligence is the major factor that influences alcohol consumption among the adults and few other factors that accompany the intelligence includes gender, parental status, satisfaction, medicated stress, non-medicated stress, childhood family income and sexual activity.
Even the educational level will directly reflect the degree of drinking, it is clearly shown in the visual graphic that 46% of college graduates consume alcohol while only 11% of high school dropouts are addicted to alcohol consumption in their life.