Time. That is the only way. Unless you get put on a dialasys machine. Your liver has to process the alcohol an it takes time.
Some of the things that affects the rate the alcohol reaches the blood stream are your weight, gender, size of the drink, time spent drinking, and food.
The amount of alcohol in the blood is called blood alcohol concentration or BAC.
BAC - Blood Alcohol Concentration
The measure of the amount of alcohol in a persons blood is called the blood alcohol concentration (BAC).
Blood alcohol concentration is measured by means of blood tests. It is estimated by means os alcohol breath machines.
You drink it
The alcohol because it gets into your blood stream and can flow to the brain.
Alcohol is absorbed through the blood stream
The alcohol firsts enters your body through the mouth. It then travels down into your lungs and then enters into your blood stream.
when it gets into your blood stream, which it does quite rapidly.
The blood-brain barrier, via the blood stream.
Alcohol is metabolised by the body, so time is required.
It circulates throughout the body.
Well, there are two ways---1. Have somebody remove all the blood in your blood stream.2. Wait.
Not a good defense. Blood alcohol content is what alcohol is in your blood stream, not what's in your mouth. Even if the breathalyser is confused by the mouthwash, they can just do a blood test.
it turns to sugar instantly when it goes into your blood stream