Which of the following decreases the chances of an alcohol overdose A keeping one's BAC in a safer range well below 0.04 percent B eating after drinking C drinking purer grades of alcohol D both a?
Of the options you listed, the most correct answer is keeping the blood alcohol content below 0.04, but eating would also help. The "grade" would have no effect on whether or not you get alcohol poisoning.
No. If you have one drink you may smell of alcohol the following day. If you are in a bar and someone accidentally spills some of their drink on you, you may smell of alcohol the following day. If you are a bartender, you may smell of alcohol the following day. Binge drinking will also cause you to smell of alcohol the following day, but it is not the only reason for smelling of alcohol.
There are no particular side effects to drinking alcohol with Amoxicillin, which is a penicillin based antibiotic. Like all antibiotics, it is best taken on an empty stomach and suggested that it is taken some time before drinking alcohol so that there is plenty of time for the antibiotic to get absorbed from the stomach. The main side effects of penicillin-based antibiotics are nausea and diarrhoea and as these can also be the side effects…
There are many false beliefs about alcohol, including the following: 1. Sucking on pennies will lower BAC readings 2. Alcohol abstainers are "alcohol free" (Everyone produces alcohol in their bodies 24/7) 3. Alcohol breath testers accurately measure BAC 4. Drinking coffee will "sober up" a person. 5. The minimum legal drinking age is 21 throughout the US under all conditions.
He died by an acute polydrug intoxication due to combined effects of oxycontin, oxymorphone, valium, nordiazepam and alcohol. As most people think it was just an overdose, it was more than just an overdose. It was the mixture that killed him. He also had an enlarged heart because of his excessive drinking.
Marijuana, although illegal, does not have as many negative side effects as alcohol can have. Both, in moderation are fine (although I cannot do both at once) but neither should be done in excess. Overindulgence in alcohol can cause many adverse reactions such as alcohol poisoning and death and there are no documented (medically or otherwise) cases of marijuana overdose.
A fatal overdose does not occur very often, but the following may occur if one attempts to overdose: Disorientation Drowsiness Memory problems A rapid heart rate (tachycardia) Death is more likely to occur when this drug is used with alcohol or with other drugs. Visit the Related Link for more information.