Alcoholism

If you go to bed very drunk is it normal to wake up a little drunk?

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2013-02-28 13:34:57
2013-02-28 13:34:57

Yes. Alcohol is metabolized at a rate specified by YOUR body. If your BAC (blood alcohol level) is high enough, you will not be able to metabolize all of the alcohol just by sleeping it off for a couple hours. If you drink that much, I suggest that you might have an alcohol problem and should probably seek help.

Simply put, it takes about an hour for the average person to metabolise a unit of alcohol. If you consume eight units of alcohol, you will need about eight hours to clear your system. This varies from person to person.

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