How long does alcohol take to enter your body and have a result on a breathalyser test?
Alcohol effects a breathalyzer test immediately after consumption.
A breathalyser detects the presence of alcohol in the blood. Alcohol gets into the blood when you drink it. The body processes alcohol at a fixed rate (1 unit, that is 10 ml of pure alcohol, an hour). Therefore if you have consumed 6 units, the breathalyser would still detect the presence of alcohol after 5 hours. If you had just consumed 4 units the breathalyser would not detect alcohol after 5 hours.
The answer to this depends on two factors. First, the ratio of rubbing alcohol to water in the bath. The second would be if the person in the bath has any open sores that can allow the alcohol to enter the bloodstream. In low amounts and with no way for the alcohol to enter the body, the bath will be fine.
What are two sources of chemicals that may cause cancer when they enter the body and react with oxygen?
The effects of alcohol on the mind are largely a result of the drinker's "alcohol expectancies." We tend to react to alcohol in terms of what we think it does to us. People who falsely believe they are consuming alcohol will act intoxicated! The effects of alcohol on the body depend on how much and how often we drink. Consuming alcohol regularly and in moderation is associated with better health and greater longevity than is…
WHAT!! Are you sure you meant to enter ELEVEN?? At eleven they would be dead of alcohol poisoning!!! AND - if you actually meant to enter point-one-one (.11) it would be difficult to estimate because although the average adult's body can process one ounce of alcohol per hour, everyone's body metabolism is different - and females metabolize alcohol slower than males - so it would be impossible to give an estimate.
BRAIN: Alcohol is a "downer," It directly affects the brain cells. Unclear thinking, staggering and slurred speech may result. Large amounts of alcohol may cause unconsciousness or death. EYES: Alcohol causes blurred vision. HEART: Alcohol can increase the workload of the heart. Irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure can result. LIVER: Alcohol can poison the liver. Prolonged use causes extensive damage and failure. STOMACH/PANCREAS: Alcohol irritates the digestive system. Vomiting and ulcers may result. KIDNEYS: Alcohol…