why does a person smell of alcohol if they just has one drink
Because it was of funky smell
Any person tasted this extremely poisonous element !
The best known is denatorium benzoate, especially for the disagreeable taste.
It's possible for urine to smell like alcohol if a person drinks too much.
Isopropyl alcohol has a rather strong alcohol smell. If you were to smell regular alcohol and smell 70% Isopropyl alcohol you would have the same smell. However, there is no general way to explain it other than a strong bitter and sometimes sweet smell. It depends on solely your olfactory membranes. Smell's are after all different to everyone.
For a person to be under the influence they would either have to fail a field sobriety test by a police officer or register over the legal limit of blood alcohol content. As far as I know neither of those would ever happen from the mere smell of alcohol.
-alcohol consumption -mouthwash -diabetic ketoacidosis. Not so much an alcohol smell, but a fruity smell as the body releases ketones to rid itself of severely high blood sugar. A person in this situation may appear to be intoxicated on alcohol because of the hyperglycemia. Blood tests would demonstrate a high blood sugar reading instead of a high blood alcohol level. This is a dangerous condition requiring hospitalization.
One regular drink containing an ounce of alcohol will make your breath smell.
Alcohol, if you think to ethanol, has a specific odor and taste.
Because .. wen you drink you sweat the drink out soo you smell like alcohol
If it smells like alcohol or nail polish remover you could be a diabetic. If you are a heavy drinker, alcohol comes out of the pores, but usually does not smell like regular rubbing alcohol
Alcohol causes a person to perspire more, and the perspiration contains alcohol. Also, drunks tend to spill drinks on themselves, are more likely to have accidents in the restroom, and to be generally untidy.
Is it okay to breath air?
It can be one of two things (or possibly two of two things). 1. You dropped it in an alcoholic beverage and the wadding inside the lighter soaked up some alcohol. 2. Your sense of smell is especially sensitive to the potency of alcohol and your picking up the smell from wherever alcohol is being consumed.