"There is strong and consistent evidence that James Bond has a problem with chronological consumption on the 'end of the spectrum,' said the researchers.
"His work placement (MI6) must be a responsible employer and get involved with it
services and work center to drink culture. "
In her analysis, the researchers found that a drink of Bond's lips was 109 times in its six-decade-on-screen career in average of 4.5 times per movie.
While Bond, after he mixed his tasty, including beer and saxophone, martini there is the textile value Brit best known. The researchers have the biggest blow of 007 involved in the consumption of six "vesper" martinis on a planet in film Quantum of Solace.
Invented by Bond writer Ian Fleming in the book Casino Royale, the Vesper martini is derived from three measures of Gordon, one measuring vodka and half size from Kina Lillet.
Drinking six of them would have about 24 uniqueness of alcohol, the researchers estimate that Bond would go with a blood clot level of 0.36 well in the range that can be fatal.
The researchers also found that Bond had treated a tedious behavior in drinking.
This often involves pre-fighting drives, cycling bikes (including chases), numerous specialists, surgery machines and extreme sports events.
Sex with enemies was also kept as fraud with some bronze under the bag. This place "sometimes with guns or knees in bed," writer writer Professor Nick Wilson.
Angry Animals Bond had treated after drinking because it was a serpent, a scorpion and a komodo dragon. Operating core technology in 1962 Dr. Now was under the complex tasks that the agent managed to play.
Bond's relationship with the bottle was set up on DSM-5 criteria, a set of questions indicating the presence of an alcohol-related war.
The researchers found that Bond contained at least six symptoms, enough for a "heavy" drinking problem, and possibly three.
Bond is advised to seek professional help for his drink, including his employer's Secret Service.
"To get started, M must not offer long-term drinks in work," said the researchers.
"Furthermore, the MI6 administration is trying to redirect the Bond's withdrawal to lower its stress levels. More grounding and a stronger stock need is needed, so its features are not so bad on him."
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Tom Cowie is a journalist in antiquity seeking general news.