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How Long Does It Take Your Body To Completely Clear Alcohol
8 hours: Alcohol has an approximate detection time of 12-24 hours in urine. People who achieve a moderate level of intoxication (0.10% blood alcohol content - bac) are detectable about 8 hours after achieving that level. The interesting fact is that alcohol is absorbed into the blood relatively quickly and metabolized more slowly. Moderation is the key. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcohol Intake: It varies on how your fast your liver metabolizes and your kidneys excrete it. You should only drink moderately. http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/basics/nutrition-basics/hlv-20049477 ...Read more
When a heavy alcoholic stops drinking, how long can it take for body to rehydrate and repair itself in general and realize the alcohol is gone?
Impossible to say: because it depends on how much damage has already been done. It is not a matter of "rehydration," since most alcoholics are actually overhydrated. Damage to brain, heart liver and some other organs may become permanent if severe enough over time. In addition, the metabolic changes caused by alcohol result in neurotransmitter/receptor imbalance that can take months, even years, to heal. ...Read more
Maybe: But etg is detectable up to 80 hrs. ...Read more
I drink quite heavily and i'm due for a alcohol blood test in two weeks time. How long will it take for it to be clear on test?
Depends/ metabolism: In the average individual, 1/2 of the existing ethanol will be out of the system in about 1/2 hour, but this is effected both by loading (continuing to drink) & the livers ability to metabolize the product.If your liver cannot remove the product as fast, it stays longer.Abstaining for at least a day should clear most, but longer may be needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long does azithromicin 2 500mg take to clear chlamidia? Can i drink alcohol on azithromicin? When can I have intercourse again?
Rule of thumb...: The rule of thumb is one hour per "standard drink" for a normal-sized individual. A "standard drink" is a shot of whiskey, a 5 oz glass of wine, or a 12 oz beer. Again, this is just a rule of thumb. The actual rate of clearance depends on adept your liver is at breaking it down. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1 drink per hour: Alcohol metabolism/breakdown occurs at a fixed rate regardless of how much you drink. The rate is 1 drink per hour. If you drink 10 drinks in an hour, 1 drink will leave your system after 1 hour. Excessive drinking for this reason can lead to alcohol poisoning and death. Please drink in moderation. If you take medications it is better to not drink at all. If you cannot stop, get help. Good luck! ...Read more
Alcohol: You can loose one unit per hour so how much did you drink. A bottle of wine has about 7 units. Go to http://www.Nhs.Uk/chq/pages/853.Aspx?Categoryid=87 to learn more. ...Read more