The alcohol causes dehydration in your body and makes you twice as thirsty. In most cases, when you are at the bar and drink too much beer, you get thirsty and drink more beer. Then you pass out.
Time is the best soberer, or just not drinking.
Primarily metabolism, but also respiration, perspiration and urination.
Metabolism, respiration and perspiration are three.
The Liver breaks down the alcohol.
The Liver (I think)
Yes, it removes toxins and waste from the bloodstream e.g. Alcohol.
The body removes alcohol at the rate of about 1/3 ounce per hour: about 10 hours for three ounces. There is no way to speed it up.
Alcohol primarily travels in the bloodstream.
the kidneys remove waste from the bloodstream.
Lungs do not remove alcohol from your bloodstream. When you drink alcohol, your lungs exhale about 5% of alcohol which is why any consumption of alcohol can be picked up on breathalyzer tests.
The liver removes glucose
The kidney removes wastes from the bloodstream. It acts like a filter. Honestly, I'm not an expert on removing organs, so I'm not sure if it can/can't be removed.
the liver and time