How does alcohol get in your body?

The universal way is through the body's own processes. Sugar in the intestines is converted into alcohol and carbon dioxide (a gas). This occurs in all human bodies, including those of alcohol abstainers.

The most common way of increasing the body's own "home made" supply, is through is drinking alcoholic beverages. People sometimes inhale alcohol vapors or take alcohol enemas. When alcohol is in the stomach and intestines it goes out through the lining into the bloodstream