Vodka Is Actually Good For Your Health
You know vodka is alcoholic, and when taken in large content is bad for your health, but did you know vodka has medical benefits? The key thing to note here is size.
Here are some health benefits of vodka.
1. Vodka has disinfectant properties.
Vodka is a natural disinfectant and antiseptic. It has been used to treat toothaches, clean wounds, and clean your house.
2. It can relieve stress.
You may have heard that red wine is a natural relaxer, but it’s nothing compared to vodka, which has been scientifically proven to relieve tension.
3. It improves healthy heart.
Vodka can increase blood-flow and circulation in your body which can prevent clots, strokes, and other heart diseases. (It was an animal study, though, so take with a grain of salt.) Vodka can also help lower your cholesterol. And, for those watching their weight, it’s also generally considered a lower-calorie alcohol.
4. It contributes to oral hygiene.
Swishing a shot of vodka in your mouth can help combat bad breath. It
5. It can alleviate symptoms caused by arthritis.
Apparently, patients who suffered from rheumatoid arthritis and had semi-regular vodka drinks throughout the month felt less pain and inflammation associated with their disease, according to a study.
6. It reduces risks associated with diabetes.
Unlike beer or wine, a shot of vodka can actually reduce blood sugar levels. This is most effective when taken straight: never has there been a better excuse for a martini.