According to research from the University of Reading, those bubbles contain polyphenols that can help lower your blood pressure and increase circulation – giving your heart a little health boost.
According to research from the University of Buffalo wine in general – but especially white wine varieties - is good for the lungs.
Studies have shown that the antioxidants found in wine (see above) also have great benefits when it comes to your skin. They’re particularly good for those who suffer from oily skin or breakouts.
According to the Journal of Sexual Medicine1743-6109) women who drink one to two glasses of Prosecco or other carbonated wines, enjoy heightened sexual desire. Apparently this is thought to be thanks to the drink’s rich antioxidant properties, that helps produce nitric oxide in the blood. This increases blood flow, therefore aiding arousal.
A study from Canada showed that wine, including the sparkling variety, can lower your risk of developing diabetes by 13%. However, it’s worth noting that people who already have diabetes should take care while drinking alcohol as it affects their blood sugar levels.