How does alcohol affect urine production?
Alcohol promotes more urine production, this is referred to as diuretic.
No, but drinking will certainly affect your diabetes by disrupting your liver enzymes and the production of glucagon and insulin by the pancreas, making it difficult to control your blood sugar even with insulin injections. It can also lead to pancreatic cancer. Drinking with diabetes is slow suicide.
Alcohol actually affects the brain which in turn, affects urine production. ADH (anti-diuretic hormone)is a hormone produced in the hypothalamus and excreted by the pituitary gland. This hormone makes the kidney absorb the water in the bloodstream. When a person drinks alcohol, the excretion of ADH hormone is decreased. Therefore, the kidney does not absorb the water as it should. Then more urine is made. When more urine is made, it is less dense. Because…
No it should not. A proper urine test for alcohol would be chemically targeted to detect only ethyl alcohol... commonly known as ethyanol or grain alcohol. That is the type we drink to get wasted. All other forms of alcohol are deadly poisons to humans and have absolutely no enjoyable effects whatsoever. Therefore it would be an utter waste of time and resources to test for non drinkable alcohols.