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A Psychological Analysis of James Bond

There is no way that James Bond could shoot a gun, not to mention stir a cocktail. The spy’s hand tremors, resulting from excessive alcohol consumption, would prevent him from performing even simple activities. In short, you would never want to put the fate of the world in the hands of a man who consumed over four times the recommended amount of alcohol.


If you took 007 to bed with you, you would be similarly disappointed, as Ian Fleming’s character is at high risk for sexual dysfunction, along with a long assortment of alcohol-related diseases that will eventually kill him at the age of 56.

A medical analysis of James Bond, based on a study of his drinking habits from all 14 Bond novels, was recently published in the British journal BMJ.