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Quickest Way To Get Alcohol Out Of Your System
Is there any actual way to get alcohol out of your system faster than the average oz per hour? Drinking water?
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Can you clarify why some people take longer to get alcohol out of system, such as etg test? Why do some people test positive up to 80 hours?
We all have differences from each other due to genetics, including gender and nutrition. The rates at which various chemicals, including alcohol, are metabolized, vary among people and explains how long after the last drink etg may be detectable.
Alcohol is a poison and you should abstain.
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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
How come drinking a lot of water after drinking alcohol doesn't help it to get out of your system faster?
How can I get the alcohol out of my system before 24 hours so my blood test can say that there is no alcohol in my system?
Do not drink:
Blood alcohol levels will not be abnormal at 24 hours after a drink. However there are other tests that can detect alcohol intake up to 80 hours earlier. It would depend on what test is being done. Some tests are positive for two weeks after the drink in a chronic drinker. See this site for info.
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Probably not: I'm not aware that it does, but regardless, you shouldn't mix the two because you can die from the combined CNS depressant actions of both substances. I would advise never mixing the two just to be on the safe side. ...Read more
My friend had one beer last night. Tomorrow he is to take an etg alcohol test. What can he do to get rid of the alcohol in liver, blood, and system?
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If I drank a fifth of vodka, how long would it take to get out of my system for a blood/alcohol test? I stopped at 12:00 midnight saturday, I eat decent friday and sat. And worked on sunday, I sweat a lot and tried to keep plenty of fluids and urinate a lo
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Been taking hydrocodone10mg for 7 days (pain), when is it safe to drink alcohol and get drunk? Is the Tylenol (acetaminophen) out of my system?
How long do I have to wait to start drinking alcohol after my Accutane treatment. Doesn't it take a month or two to get out of your system?
You are only 17:
You are under age to drink alcohol in united states. But if it is a theoretical question then I will answer it.
One is advised not to drink alcohol with Accutane as there can be liver toxicity as both can affect the liver.
If one has stopped using Accutane and want to drink alcohol, there is no contraindication as long as the liver functions were normal ...Read more
Depends: This depends on how much you drink and the period of time over which you drink it; also, it correlates with sex (males metabolize better than females); how much you've eaten; food delays the absorption of alcohol; it depends on your tolerance: if you drink regularly in a moderate fashion, you will metabolize alcohol more efficiently;. ...Read more
It depends on how fast your body metabolizes it and how much you have ingested. Usually men metabolize it faster than woman.
It usually takes 1-2 hours for each drink to get metabolized. ...Read more
Alcohol in body: It depends on genetic predisposition. Some people has enormous amount of enzymes to digest alcohol rapidly and not get drunk with +++ beers while other cannot tolerate more than 2B due to lack of that enzyme, leading to very slow elimination of alcohol from the body. Women have half of men's enzyme to digest alcohol. ...Read more
Usually 12 hours...: Usually, most alcohol that you consume (unless you drink enough to make yourself unconscious and sick enough to require hospitalization) is gone from your system in about 12 hours. If you have a bad enough hangover, those symptoms may stay around for 24 hours after you last drink... Just another reason to keep your alcohol consumption less than 2 drinks at a time. ...Read more
3.2 % alcohol: Depends on how much you drank, how big you are, if you drink regularly and your genes. And other meds you might be taking. Happy to do 2nd opinion to help. ...Read more
Rule of thumb: This is a surprisingly complicated question, as it turns out, in terms of physiology. To make a long story short, the rule of thumb is that it takes about one hour for the average person to clear one "standard drink" (about 1/2 an ounce of ethanol). This equates to 12 ounces of beer (3.2%), 5 ounces of wine and 1.5 ounces of whiskey. ...Read more
About 3-5 hrs: That is about consistent with 3 (x 12 ounce) beers (or other equivalent alcoholic drinks). Depending on your body size (and % body fat, which I will be courteous & not ask), can metabolize about 3/4 to 1 drink-equivalent per hour. Can be slower if on meds, have liver disease, are american indian or certain asian descents. ...Read more
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 more
How quickly you break down alcohol and eliminate it from your system depends on many factors including gender, size, liver function, what medications (if any) you are on, and exactly how much and over what time period you are drinking the alcohol. For the purposes of most studies, 1 drink constitutes 1.5 oz of 80 proof liquor, or 5oz of wine or 12 oz of beer. In general, the concentration of alcohol peaks in your blood about 30 minutes after you drink it and when it's gone depends on how much you drink - 2 hours for 1 drink, 4 hours for 2 drinks, 6 hours for 3 drinks, etc...
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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
How much time does alcohol remain in our system -would alcohol traces be detected even after a month?
Alcohol: Depends on you and your metabolism. None at one month. ...Read more
How long does alcohol stay in your system? Does how much you consume mean it's in your system longer? Vice versa?
Depends on test:
If only blood alcohol levels are checked, those are usually normal at about 12 hours after last drink, sooner if amount imbibed is small. Urine test for etg may be positive for 5 day after drinking. In a chronic drinker CDT test may be positive for 2 weeks.
See this site for rate of alcohol clearance from blood:
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/1940231 ...Read more
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