intoxication results in the liver being overloaded with toxins to flush. Dehydration additionally deprives the kidneys of carrier fluid in which to carry those toxins, plus alcohol worsens that state. So arguably, dehydration could worsen the symptoms of intoxication.
It can slow the rate at which alcohol is absorbed by the body.
The body does not always dehydrate at night. During times when one is sleeping and not drinking fluids this can cause a slight feeling of dehydration, but if it is excessive it is recommended one seek medical advice.
No, food in your stomach only delays the absorption of alcohol into the bloodstream. A full stomach doesn't prevent the effects of alcohol or intoxication.
you will become dehydrated and i tell you you cant survive for a yaer you wiil die before it ends. If you stop drinking after one year of drinking 2-3 beers a night, whatever happends afterwards depends on your future habits. .. You can only become dehydrated if you refuse to take in enough water, or, continue to consume so much alcohol, the associated dehydration is satisfied with yet more alcohol, such as with symptoms following a hangover.
Not if the cops were not involved before hand or while you were in the hospital.
If you eat a meal before alcohol consumption, you aren't affected as easily.
Water quality before recycling may vary. After it is recycled for drinking then it is drinking water, potable, and fit to drink.
yes. if your immune system is low and if you haven't had measles before you are susceptible to the disease .
It is healtier either way.
wow. because if you dont process it before drinking it there may be some things in it that you dont wanna drink..haha
before prohibition men were drinking in saloons