Alcohol is metabolized by the liver at a rate of one ounce per hour. 1 ounce of alcohol = one standard drink or beer.
The teen years are a time of adventure, challenges, and taking risks. Alcohol is often one of the risks young people take. But most people dont know how alcohol affects a teens body and behavior. They dont realize that alcohol can affect young people in different ways from adults.
Blood alcohol concentration (sometimes called blood alcohol content) or BAL is a measure of the proportion of alcohol in a person's blood.
Vegemite and lots and lots of water, or buy synthetic pee if you are going to be tested. and alternative to that is to have someone pee for you.
you cant stop drinking it
Because adults should know about the risk of getting adicted to alcohol - at least they should know it better than children do - even there is no proof that adults really can handle alcohol. Otherwise there wouldn´t be that much adults with an alcohol problem.
Yes. Want to know how long it stays in your system
alcohol? you mean ammoia? i dont know of any haircolor that contains any level of alcohol that anyone should ever be concerned with...
Something to do with alcohol and he was also hospitilized
i need to know the answer anyone no?
Some people can have a sensitivity to alcohol. So it could manifest as congestion. But I have never heard of that happening to anyone I know before.
I know for a fact that it only stays in your system for about one hour per 12 oz. of beer, 1 oz. of liquor, and 8 oz. of wine. Study shows that it only stays in your system for 24-48 hours. Improved answer: I have been researching this for a bit now (I just tested positive for alcohol in a urine test) and while the one hour rule is good to use for say a breathalyzer or for a limit while driving, unfortunately this is not the case when you are about to take a urine test. Apparently they are able to find out if any alcohol had been consumed up to 5 days prior to the test!! so If you are unlucky like myself and get a test once a week you better just stay dry!!! :( After entering the body, alcohol passes through the stomach and intestines, and then into the blood. This process is called absorption. Once in the liver, an enzyme called alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) is responsible for changing alcohol to acetaldehyde, which is then converted to acetate. Eventually acetate is metabolized to carbon dioxide and water. The majority of alcohol a person consumes is metabolized in the liver, but what remains allows alcohol to be measured in blood, urine and breath tests. So how long alcohol stays in your system depends on time needed to metabolize alcohol is dependent on the blood alcohol content of the person drinking.
First of all we all know it stays in your system for a month so why ask its the same
The airbag light stays on when the computer has detected a malfunction and set a code. You need to have the system checked for codes to know possible causes.
Actually why? I know they don't
The airbag light stays on when the computer has detected a malfunction and sets a trouble code. You need to have the system checked with a scan tool to know possible causes.
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